If you are confused as to how child support is calculated during or after your Arizona divorce, you can receive the facts, options and legal guidance you need from The Law Office of Scott J. McWilliams, L.L.C., in North Phoenix.
Caring, Resourceful And Experienced Child Support Solutions That Work
Scott J. McWilliams and his staff at The Law Office of Scott J. McWilliams, L.L.C., are skilled and understanding — lawyers you can trust with your family’s child support, legal decision-making authority (custody), visitation and spousal maintenance priorities. Scott J. McWilliams founded our law firm to help people just like you with family law dispute resolutions that can set the tone for your family’s brighter future.
Our experienced family law office has assisted a significant number of clients in obtaining child support and spousal support outcomes that are balanced and fair and that work. We listen carefully to your wishes and use our legal knowledge to give your goals their best chance for success.
Providing Child Support Determinations That You Understand
Arizona has a set of guidelines that help determine child support. Our lawyers review them with you to make sure you understand them, so you will have a clear understanding and expectations as you prepare for the future.
Some of the factors that are considered in determining child support include:
- Income of both spouses
- Expenses for the children
- Number of children
- Child care
- Health care costs
- Costs for special needs
- Parenting time and visitation
- Enforcement of support orders
Scott McWilliams and all the attorneys at The Law Office of Scott J. McWilliams, L.L.C., understand when our clients are going through divorce that involves support matters they have concerns about making ends meet and protecting their financial futures. We understand all parents want to ensure that their children enjoy a stable lifestyle. This is our goal too.
Understanding Exceptions To The Guidelines
There are occasions when child support can increase to more than the state guidelines provide for, or extend for children reaching the age of 18, when a child is still in high school. Other considerations may allow for the child support calculation to be deviated from the guidelines. Attorney McWilliams and the lawyers at The Law Office of Scott J. McWilliams, L.L.C., stay updated on the latest changes in Arizona child support law, and we can help you understand whether your particular situation may call for a deviation.
Providing You With Answers And Solutions
Don’t wait until it is too late to start fighting for what you and your children need. Call our office locally at 602-237-5101 from anywhere throughout the Phoenix and Scottsdale area. You may also email us.