Aurora Child Support Lawyers

Securing appropriate child support levels is important for all involved parties: the mother, the father and the child. If one parent is not paying enough child support, the child and the custodial parent will suffer. If the child support levels are set too high, the paying parent may have financial difficulties.

To create a level playing field, the state has child support guidelines. The guidelines look at many factors to determine the appropriate child support levels, including:

  • Income
  • Health care costs
  • Day care costs
  • Education costs
  • Number of overnight stays the child has with the noncustodial parent

Are You Or The Other Parent Seeking A Deviation From The Guidelines?

It is common for there to be disagreements over what constitutes an appropriate level for child support. Often one of the parents will be seeking a deviation from the guidelines. For the court to approve child support levels that deviate from the guidelines requires proof that such deviation serves the best interests of the child.

Is The Other Parent Hiding Income?

While determining income can be straightforward in some cases, in others it can require thorough investigation. Small-business owners, independent contractors and executives can all have income streams that are easily hidden. Bonuses, overtime and stock options are a few of the more difficult to trace types of income. We understand how to identify hidden income so that you and your child can receive the full child support he or she is entitled to under the law.

Creating The Family Law Solutions You Need

At Kishinevsky & Raykin, Attorneys at Law, we understand the importance of appropriately set child support levels. We know that children can be left in need and households can experience financial instability when child support levels are not set correctly for the actual circumstances. We have the experience necessary to be able to uncover any hidden income and to assist with pursuing or opposing any deviation from the state child support guidelines.

Contact The Arapahoe County Parental Rights Lawyers Of Kishinevsky & Raykin, Attorneys At Law

If you are facing challenges related to child support, an experienced lawyer can help. The Aurora child support attorneys of Kishinevsky & Raykin, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, are committed to helping you effectively navigate the obstacles confronting you. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 720-863-4256 or contact us online.

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