Although separation and divorce are largely life events that take place between two adults, children are often significantly impacted by these processes. Due care is needed to ensure that their emotional and financial needs are properly supported.
The federal government has published Child Support Guidelines that help clarify child support amounts. While the guidelines consider the basic needs of your children (such as feeding, housing and clothing), they do not consider those special expenses that cover any additional needs, such as university tuition, or additional dental and vision care. For that, you need a legal team experienced in child support.
Our team helps clients navigate the nuances of the child support process, whether payor or recipient, to ensure that your children’s needs are prioritized.