Delaware Child Support Lawyer
Aside from providing love and regular attention after a divorce or paternity case, parents have no higher obligation than to provide financially for their children. In Delaware child support is more important than any other debt or financial obligation, but most people do not know what level of support will be required. The New Castle County Delaware Family Court will determine the amount, and an experienced Delaware child support lawyer can help ensure that the determination is fair under the law. Child support is often the most predictable issue of a divorce case in Delaware. The amount of child support the non-residential parent pays is determined based upon the incomes of the parents — usually the more you make the more you pay. Another factor that influences the child support amount is the parenting plan or visitation schedule.
Divorce settlements: In addition to resolving difficult issues such as the division of property and child custody, we also must consider financial support to the custodial parent or former spouse. In most cases, child support will be ordered by the Family Court pursuant to Delaware statutes. Spousal support, on the other hand, may or may not be required at all and there is much more discretion in that type of award.
At Wahl Family Law, we help clients throughout the New Castle County, Delaware area and provide experienced, effective legal representation and guidance in both child support and alimony-related concerns. In each of these matters, we take a hands-on, aggressive legal approach with one primary goal in mind:
Securing a sound financial future for you and your family…
Our firm can assist you with:
- Temporary alimony and bridge-the-gap alimony in Delaware
- Permanent periodic alimony in Delaware
- Rehabilitative alimony in Delaware
- Lump sum, non-modifiable alimony in Delaware
- Spousal support or alimony modification in Delaware
- Child support beyond the age of majority for adult dependent children in Delaware
- Child support modification in Delaware
- Enforcement of support orders in Delaware
In general, modifications to Delaware alimony or child support Orders can only be obtained if special circumstances or life-changes have occurred. Joseph Wahl is an experienced alimony and child support modification attorney who can explain these special circumstances and when possible, help you to obtain the changes that you are seeking.
Discuss Your Case with an Experienced Delaware Child Support Attorney
Schedule your initial consultation today by calling 302-658-2834 . The initial consultation fee is $450.00.