Solutions For Developing Child Support Agreements
Many parents graciously and generously provide financial support for their children. Whether providing for a child’s needs is part of a divorce agreement or unmarried parents disagree about their individual monetary responsibilities, an experienced family law attorney can help establish child support agreements.
The Arizona Child Support Guidelines outline the method courts use in calculating and determining each parent’s obligation for child support. Morse Law Group has represented Phoenix residents in negotiation, collaboration and litigation since 1986. Our lawyers focus on providing quality client service, legal advice and representation. When you work with our firm, we will help you develop favorable financial terms for your family.
Potential Situations Where Parents May Work Around State Guidelines
Our firm represents clients in a wide range of family law matters, including divorce and child custody disputes. While there is a relatively clear formula that defines child support obligations for most parents, situations can arise where it is possible or necessary to deviate from those guidelines such as:
- Collaborative divorce or mediation
- Disagreements over financial records
- Unreported income and hidden money
If you suspect the other parent is hiding assets, this can factor into matters of property division in addition to the determination of child support. We have access to forensic accountants to help you make sure that the proper amount of child support is calculated.
Rely On Over Three Decades Of Legal Experience
Morse Law Group has been representing clients for more than three decades, and we can put our extensive experience to work for you. If you find yourself having to negotiate or deviate from support guidelines, our team can build your case. When necessary, we can advocate on your behalf in court.
Contact us online or by phone at 602-857-9320 to schedule an appointment with our office.