CHILD SUPPORT ATTORNEY
When it comes to divorce or breakups, child support situations can be stressful. With the help of a child support attorney, you can work through these stressful legal situations easier. Child support proceedings can take a long time in court. With the help of a legal professional, this can be easier.
What Can a Child Support Attorney Do for You?
A child support attorney represents you during court proceedings. The amount of money dedicated to child support is set by Kansas Guidelines. It varies with the needs of the child/children, the cost of child care, the cost for their health insurance, and the incomes of both parents. The court will look at financial records and assets and determine what income each parent has and whether that income should be considered for calculating child support. The more prepared someone is and the more documentation they bring to court, the less likely the court proceedings will take a long time and the more likely the Court will have an accurate picture of the income. In Kansas child support orders last until the child is emancipated, meaning they reach their 18th birthday. If the child is still in high school, the support order continues until June 30th of the year of the last year of high school.
What is Child Support Modification?
Child support modification may occur in a variety of situations. For instance, if support includes a few kids and one has become an adult, a modification may reduce the amount of support owed. Also, if an individual becomes unemployed they may be eligible for lower payments. Another time child support modification may apply is if their income has significantly increased since the last child support proceedings. A child support attorney will know what situations fit the requirements of child support modification in Kansas.
Hire a Child Support Attorney Today to Protect Your Parental Rights
If you or a loved one needs help with child support in Kansas, it’s time to hire a professional lawyer to represent you. Call 913-962-8700 today to have a consultation.