Riverside Child Support Lawyer
You Deserve a Fair Support Agreement
After a divorce, one parent may obtain sole custody of their child. In these cases, it is still necessary for the other parent to continue providing financial support for their child. The amount of child support paid by a non-custodial parent can be determined in a variety of ways. Whether you are looking to receive child support or want to ensure that an unfair support order is not issued, it is in your best interests - and the best interests of your child - to retain a skilled Riverside divorce attorney.
Child support can be determined through:
Calculating Child Support in California
California utilizes an extremely complex formula to calculate the amount of child support one parent pays to the other. In basic terms, the percentage of time that the higher earning parent will spend with the child is multiplied by the combined total net monthly income of both parents. The resulting number is then deducted from the net monthly disposable income of the higher earning parent. That result is then multiplied by the combined total of both parents' income to be allocated for child support. The resulting number is the amount of child support to be paid to the custodial parent.
Riverside Divorce Attorney for Child Support Cases
Due to the complex nature of calculating child support, it is imperative you have an experienced divorce lawyer on your side during a child support case. Diefer Law Group, PC has handled countless child support cases and can ensure that your income, total net monthly income and all other aspects of the formula are properly determined so an accurate child support order is issued. Set up a free case evaluation with a member of our team to discuss your case as soon as possible. Once you
contact our firm, you can learn exactly why we are the excellent choice for your representation.