If you and your spouse share children, you may be most concerned about how your divorce will affect them. Children are often most affected by the turmoil and arguments involved in a divorce. Any chance you have to preserve amicability and avoid litigation is important. We recommend trying to come to an agreement out of court whenever necessary, in order to protect the best interest of your children.
One subject that is often contested by our clients is the topic of child support payments. You and your spouse may be having difficulty deciding how much will be paid and by who, depending on whether the child custody schedule has been decided. Our legal team of San Diego child support lawyers at Gordon D. Cruse, APLC understands how frustrating it can be to argue with your spouse about money, especially when it comes to money for your children.
Typically the parent who does not have primary custody will be asked to pay child support payments to the primary parent. There is no guarantee of how much you will receive, which is why retaining the services of a San Diego child support attorney is very important.
There are a number of factors the judge considers when making decisions about child support, including:
We take the time to understand your goals and what is important to you in order to provide you with the most effective representation. Our San Diego child support lawyer’s priority is to use his 35+ years of experience and extensive knowledge of family law to help reach a positive outcome for your family.
Give us a call today at (619) 431-4523 to make an appointment for a consultation.