Dedicated Child Support Attorneys in North Carolina

At the David W. Martin Law Group, our child support lawyers know when parents separate or divorce in North Carolina, the first order of business is determining who will gain primary custody of their children.

That decision must be made by the parents in private, during mediation, or at trial before we can begin pursuing child support requirements.

Once it is determined which parent will be the primary custodian, and which will have secondary custody — also called visitation rights — we can establish the financial amount that is necessary to support the children going forward.

Our skilled child custody attorneys represent parents who are getting divorced, and those who were never married, seek the best financial outcome for their unique custodial needs — no matter what side of the financial support order they are on.

We can help you explore your customized legal options today, starting with a free consultation.

How are Child Support Payment Amounts Determined in North Carolina?

At the David W. Martin Law Group, our North Carolina child support lawyers know that both parents have an obligation to financially support their even after they part ways.

The North Carolina Child Support Guidelines outline the factors associated with assigning a monthly payment amount that must be paid to the primary custodial parent to meet the reasonable needs of the child for health, education, and maintenance.

That presumptive guidelines suggest the children should receive the same proportion of income they would get if the parents remained together.

That includes evaluating:

  • The number of minor children that must be supported
  • Who has primary and secondary custody of the children
  • The income of both parents
  • The healthcare obligations and insurance premiums
  • Any other children being supported from previous relationship(s), when applicable
  • Any additional expenses, including education and travel

Should the paying parent voluntarily choose to be unemployed or underemployed to deliberately or in bad faith avoid child support obligations in North Carolina, the court may calculate child support on the parent’s potential income.

No matter which side of the courtroom you are on — whether you are paying or receiving child support — it is important to ensure you are getting a fair evaluation based on your finances and child custody agreement, so you are not left paying or receiving an amount that may not fully represent the children’s needs.

Our experienced family law attorneys in North Carolina represent clients in the following legal matters:

Partner with the David W. Martin Law Group Child Support Attorneys in North Carolina

At the David W. Martin Law Group, our skilled child support lawyers in represent clients throughout North Carolina by thoughtfully and objectively assessing their cases to carefully plan and execute a legal strategy that is designed to reach their personal objectives.

We dedicate our legal skills and resources to ensure your child support objectives are pursued and your rights protected from the start.

Whether we are negotiating your family law needs outside the courtroom, or aggressively advocating on your behalf inside the courtroom, our highly trained family lawyers in North Carolina offer personalized attention that ensures open and honest communication at every stage of your case.

Contact Our Skilled Child Support Attorneys in North Carolina Today to Learn More

At the David W. Martin Law Group, our North Carolina child support attorneys are here to listen to your legal and financial challenges, so we can outline all potential strategies that will allow you to pursue the best outcome for your case.

Call us at 980-265-9724  today to discuss your case and get the legal guidance and strategies you need to move forward with your new life with confidence.

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