Leesburg Child Support Lawyers
Handling Complex & Contentious Disputes
Children are entitled to ongoing support regardless of whether their parents stay together. Virginia uses a set of child support guidelines to determine how much support should be awarded each month for the care of a child. Despite a clear set of rules governing how child support should be calculated, there are a number of ways that disputes can arise. Having a skilled lawyer on your side is critical to ensuring that your child is receiving the support that he or she deserves.
The family law attorneys at Alex Levay Attorneys, PLLC are dedicated to standing up for those who need it most. We are compassionate advocates and skilled litigators representing individuals throughout Loudoun County. If you need help establishing, enforcing, or modifying child support, we are the firm to call.
Common Problems with Child Support Calculations
A child support calculation is only as good as the information that goes into it. Conflicts typically arise when income is disputed.
This could be because:
- Income is hidden
- Income is inconsistent
- A parent is intentionally unemployed or underemployed
- A child has special needs and requires specialized care
Our firm has access to forensic accountants and other legal experts who can identify concealed income or calculate an average monthly wage.
Modification of Child Support
To avoid having parents continually bring each other to court, there are rules governing the modification of support. Our Leesburg child support attorneys can walk you through Virginia's support modification guidelines.
Schedule an appointment to discuss your child support concerns with one of our dedicated family law attorneys. There is no charge for your initial consultation. Call (703) 782-9777 now.
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