Thursday, July 25, 2013

Tampa Child Support Attorney

As a Florida Family Law Office, Sanchez & Associates, P.A. (Attorney Nilo J. Sanchez Jr.), we are dedicated in assisting and supporting our clients while protecting their finances in all family law related matters such as child support, parental relocation, time sharing (child custody), paternity, contested and uncontested divorce  and other family law matters

Mr. Sanchez strives to provide individualized representation for your family law needs.  Your children are entitled to child support and each parent has a fundamental obligation to support his/her minor or legally dependent child under Florida law.  Child Support guidelines and worksheets are utilized in conjunction with time-sharing and child custody to determine the amount of child support that will be awarded.


Florida Statutes 61.30 Child Support Guidelines principles:

(1) The guidelines schedule is based on the parent’s combined net income estimated to have been allocated to the child as if the parents and children were living in an intact household.

(2)The guidelines schedule is based on the parent’s combined net income estimated to have been allocated to the child as if the parents and children were living in an intact household.

(3)The guidelines encourage fair and efficient settlement of support issues between parents and minimizes the need for litigation.With over 19 years litigating divorce cases in Tampa Bay, Tampa Child Support Lawyer Nilo J. Sanchez offers a high degree of skill, knowledge and experience in family law, including matters of child support.  Obtaining the appropriate amount of child support through a court order along with the enforcement of child support is often necessary for the survival of your family. If you are not getting child support you should contact an Tampa Child Support Lawyer for help. Depending on your circumstances, you may need to first establish paternity or file for dissolution of marriage or ask the courts for temporary emergency child support. There are numerous factors that can effect your ability to obtain child support from an absentee parent, but hiring an experienced Tampa Child Support Lawyer may assist you in getting the child support that your family needs.
Often times, circumstances will change from the time of your original divorce or child support order and a downward modification or an increase in child support may be in order. Needs of the children, changes in income or time-sharing or other special circumstances can effect the amount of child support you should be paying currently. Contact Tampa Child Support Lawyer Nilo Sanchez  to see if you are eligible for a modification of your current child support order.