Resolving Child Support Issues
If you are going through a divorce or are otherwise separating from the parent of your child, it may be necessary to resolve issues surrounding child support. Whether you are seeking an order for support or are being asked to make support payments, a skilled lawyer can help protect your interests while keeping your child’s well-being in mind.
At the law firm of Hawthorne & Vesper, PLLC, our attorneys work with men and women who are facing child support issues. We understand that this can be an emotional time, which is why we are committed to providing you with reasonable advice based on the legal realities of your situation. To learn more, call our law offices in Buffalo at 716-261-9835.
How Are Child Support Payments Calculated?
The state of New York follows a formula to determine the amount of child support you can expect to pay or receive. Generally, this is a straightforward calculation. However, there are certain factors that may cause a court to deviate from the guidelines. We will thoroughly review the circumstances surrounding your case to help ensure that you do not experience any surprises when it comes to a support determination.
Will Support Orders Ever Change?
Orders for support are one of the few areas that are subject to modification following a divorce or separation. The law recognizes that if your financial situation changes, support orders may have to change as well. We handle all legal matters concerning modifications to orders of support.
Enforcing Child Support Orders
Unfortunately, some parents may fail to make court-ordered support payments. In other cases, a parent may falsely accuse the other parent of failing to pay support. In either instance, we can help protect your interests and the interests of your children in enforcement actions.
Contact Us To Find Out How We Can Help You
For help with child support and other family law issues, speak with us. Call 716-261-9835 or contact us online. From our offices in Buffalo, we provide representation to clients throughout Erie County and across western New York.