Bay Area Family Law





Tuesday, April 10, 2007

A Fair Child Support Resolution

Child Support is considered to be one of the most important issues concerning divorce. When the spouses legally separate from each other, the family law ensures that they provide their child with all the supports necessary for his/her living and growth such as education, medical expenses. In other words, the divorcing parents are legally bound to look after their child even after their divorce. According to the family law, the court may order either or both parents to make regular payments towards their child’s living.

The California family law has stated some child support guidelines that are based on each parent’s monthly income, and the amount of time the child is cared for by each parent. There is a complex child support calculation formula involving parenting time, assets, income, and other factors. However, seeking the assistance of a professional child support lawyer will help you a great deal in understanding and ascertaining the amount to be paid by each spouse. Bay Area family law is well-known for offering the best child support services in different cities of California. BAFL is located in 10 major cities of California such as San Jose, San Francisco, Oakland, Fremont, Santa Rosa, Hayward, Sunnyvale, Concord, Vallejo and Dally City.

The child support attorneys provided by Bay Area family law are extremely well-versed and professionally competent to handle any complex child support litigation cases. They have already effectively represented many clients in the child support cases in the region. This invaluable experience has stood them in good stead to understand uniqueness of each new child support case and bring a fair and acceptable resolution for their clients however complex it may seem at the outset.

If you want to contact a child support attorney from Bay Area family law, log on to www.bayareafamilylaw.com.

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