Effective Child Support Representation

Determinations of child support levels can have a huge impact on the financial stability of either parent's household. If the levels are set too high, the noncustodial parent may not be able to support his or her household. If the levels are set too low, the child's needs may not be met or the financial stability of the custodial parent's household may be put at risk.

Child support levels are determined by a formula in state guidelines. The formula is designed to ensure uniformity amongst child support determinations.

Child support determinations consist of three components:

  • Basic support
  • Health care
  • Child care expenses

The process of determining appropriate child support payments begins by entering both parents' income into the formula. This identifies what is called basic support. Health care expenses and child care expenses are then added to the basic support sum to arrive at appropriate child support levels.

My experience includes working with independent contractors and others who may have income situations that are not as clear cut as employees who receive a W2 at the end of the year.

More Than 30 Years Of Experience Helping People Through Difficult Times

I am attorney Neil S. Weiner. I have the extensive experience necessary to be able to help my clients secure child support levels that allow them to move forward with their lives. I know how important it can be to have appropriately set child support levels, and I put my experience to work helping people secure the right child support levels whether those determinations are made as part of a divorce or as a standalone family law matter. As a lifelong resident of Saratoga County, I have a real commitment to helping the people of our area. Let me help you fight for child support levels that work for you.

I also offer my assistance to those seeking child support modifications.

Child Support Lawyer Serving Clifton Park And The Capital District Of New York

To ensure that your child support levels are set appropriately, turn to the Law Office of Neil S. Weiner, LLC. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 518-982-2459 or contact my office online.