Advocating Your Child’s Financial Security
When parents separate, children typically face a myriad of changes. However, child support can prevent these changes from affecting their financial security. Although your child may or may not be old enough to speak their mind, they are too young to protect themselves.
At Burbach & Stansbury S.C., our team of family law attorneys helps optimize financial support for children. Whether you need to reach a fair child support order, modify an order or enforce child support, our firm is committed to helping you secure your child’s financial needs.
Set up an initial consultation with Burbach & Stansbury S.C. by calling 262-257-9110.
How The Court Will Determine Child Support
Wisconsin courts consider several factors when computing child support payments, such as:
- The income of each party
- The amount of time each parent spends with the children and child placement
- Whether one or both parents are supporting other children
- The number of children that require support
- The child’s specific needs, which may include special medical care
While child support is often viewed in terms of a payer and a recipient of support, it is important to understand that both parents are financially responsible for their children. Parents should realize that child support is not about them; it is about their child’s well-being.
Additionally, an individual may file for a modification of a child support orderor alimony agreement if one party can demonstrate changes in income, job status and other similar circumstances. Regardless of the changes and challenges you face, our lawyers are here to assist you.
Burbach & Stansbury S.C. has extensive experience in child support and family law cases. Although courts follow standard legal procedures to calculate support orders, we can make sure that the court has complete information so that the order is fair and accurate.
Consult With Our Child Support Lawyers
We aim to ensure that every child support agreement honestly reflects the child’s best interests and the circumstances of your case. Contact us online today at 262-257-9110 to schedule an in-person consultation.
We serve clients across Milwaukee, Waukesha, Ozaukee, Washington, Racine County and all of Wisconsin.