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Lee's Summit CHILD SUPPORT Attorneys

Altieri Gilmore LLP | 816-524-0404

Experienced Lee's Summit Child-Support Attorneys

 

Divorce is almost never an easy situation to workthough and usually has difficult circumstances to that have to be overcome. And when there are children, the divorce process can become exponentially more complicated as both of the childs parents will more often than not be aggressively fighting for child custody rights. The legal wrangling of child support is also an aspect of divorce that is best navigated and negotiated by an experienced child support attorney. If you are facing a divorce that will be involving child support payments, it is very important to hire an experienced and reputable family law attorney that has the skills needed for a favorable outcome. Altieri Gilmore LLP Attorneys can help ensure that your child custody rights are protected and the laws are upheld in your divorce. Call now to schedule a free consultation. 816-524-0404 Altieri Gilmore L.L.P

Aspects Of Calculating Child Support In Missouri

In the state of Missouri the specific amount of child support to be delegated is based upon certain factors that are found under §452.340 of the Missouri Statutes. This specific criteria that is used to specify the amount of child support payments are:

  • The financial requirements of the children
  • The financial resources of each of the parents
  • The children's accustomed standard of living
  • The children's physical and emotional needs
  • The child care costs of the custodial parent
  • The legal and physical child custody arrangements

In a divorce proceeding the parent that does not have the majority if not all of the custody rights is usually the one thatwill be paying the child support to the other parent. In most child support cases, these payments will be structured to be paid each month until the children turn18 years of age. There are some occasional circumstances that may require the child support payments to continue on past the age of 18, for instance if an agreement for support throughout college has been established.

Child Support Modifications

The modification of child support payments is often a necessary process after a divoce. If one of the parents financial circumstances change and they are not capable of paying as much as the established payment in the divorce, or if the receiving parent needs to get the payment amount increased a modification of the payment amount may need to be reworked in court. If you are in the process of facing a divorce or going through a legal separation and are also needing to prepare for a tuff fight for child support, contact the experienced and aggressive child support attorneys at Altieri Gilmore LLP today!

Call our law firm now for a free consultation with our child support attorneys, 816-524-0404 Altieri Gilmore L.L.P.

 

 

 

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