Divorce Support and Child Custody
Several issues must be agreed upon or resolved regarding child custody. These include where the child will live and when, who will make important decisions for the child and how the child will be financially supported. Other decisions, such as raising the child in a certain religion or allowing visitation with certain relatives, can also be considered during the process. When spouses cannot reach an agreement, there are a number of factors involved in the decision. However: the best interests of the child are always a top priority.
Child support is calculated based upon a formula that takes into account both parents' incomes, parental expenses, any special needs of the child and the amount of time each parent has with the child. Let us provide you with a reasonable expectation of the amount of support you might expect to receive or pay for your child so you can make educated decisions.