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When one parent has custody of a child, the non-custodial parent is often required to pay child support to the custodial parent. However, the amount agreed on at the time of separation may not be the amount that should be paid due to changing circumstances. What happens in such a scenario? Your best bet would be to seek the legal assistance of an experienced child support attorney.

We encourage you to contact us today for a free case evaluation by calling 812-422-0222

About Modifications & Enforcements of Child Support Cases

The amount of child support payable should have been originally decided during the custody and visitation hearing at the time of the divorce. However, a change in circumstances can affect the non-custodial parent’s ability to pay that amount timely or increase the level of support the custodial parent should receive. Such circumstances include:

  • Loss of a job or reduction in working hours
  • Substantial increase in one parent’s income
  • One parent needing to relocate for work purposes
  • The health condition of the child
  • Changing needs of the child

If you are looking for a modification to your child support payments, it is important to contact an attorney for advice as soon as you become aware of the change. This is because most requests are time sensitive. If you put it off, the circumstance may no longer be applicable by the time you get around to doing so.

If you are looking for a modification to your child support payments, it is important to contact an attorney for advice as soon as you become aware of the change. This is because most requests are time sensitive. If you put it off, the circumstance may no longer be applicable by the time you get around to doing so.

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What Can Our Child Support Attorneys Do?

At Hatfield Law, our attorneys understand the financial difficulties that can follow a separation or divorce. Whether the loss of your job means that you are unable to keep up with child support payments at the moment or the other parent has not been paying what they ought to, we can help you navigate the situation with a high level of professionalism and sensitivity.

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Benefits of Hiring Child Support & Spousal Maintenance Attorneys

Our professional attorneys at Hatfield Law are well-versed in the latest laws surrounding child support payments. We will advocate strongly for what is fair to you and what will promote the best interests of your child.

Why Should You Work with Hatfield Law for Modifications & Enforcements of Child Support Cases?

After a separation, things are hard enough for both you and your child emotionally. You should not have to suffer financially as well. If you need to negotiate a modification in your child support payments or take legal action against the other parent who has not been keeping up with payments, we will advocate tirelessly in your best interests.

If you want to schedule a free consultation with one of our child support & spousal maintenance attorneys, feel free to contact us now. You can call Hatfield Law at 812-422-0222 or send an email to ryan@hatfieldlaw.com or david@hatfieldlaw.com.

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