Negotiating Full And Fair Child Support Arrangements

As a responsible parent, you understand that you are obligated to support your children financially after divorce. Although California has established guidelines for calculating monthly payments, adjustments can be made to this amount to reflect other considerations.

Whether you are seeking sole or joint custody support, you will struggle to receive fair terms if you try to save money by representing yourself in negotiations. Parents who lack legal experience may be unable to identify the range of expenses that qualify for support, resulting in an unfavorable agreement.

When estranged parents are struggling to find solutions for their child support concerns, they contact Fischer & Van Thiel, LLP. Our lawyers leverage their knowledge to secure favorable support agreements for our clients throughout north San Diego County. We provide high-quality family law services at a reasonable rate.

Defending Your Financial Welfare In Court And Negotiating Sessions

Our San Marcos lawyers have practiced family law for years. When you retain us, we use this insight to analyze your financial circumstances and craft an aggressive negotiation strategy.

We have a record of success in negotiating fair agreements that allow parents to meet their children's needs. In addition to the basic requirements parents are required to fulfill, we negotiate agreements that include other expenses, including:

  • Medical expenses not covered by health insurance
  • Child care bills
  • Travel expenses for visitation
  • Expenses for special needs children, including rehabilitation and therapy sessions
  • Fees associated with extracurricular activities

Representing You In Modification Or Enforcement Actions

California courts recognize that unforeseen circumstances may affect your ability to fulfill your obligations after you have concluded divorce proceedings. We file petitions with the court to modify support orders to address job loss or medical condition. We also represent parents seeking an increase in support due to an increase in income or custodial responsibilities.

When your estranged spouse or your child's biological parent falls behind in support payments, we will fight to enforce the court order so that you are able to collect back pay, accrued interest and other funds arising from this violation.

Rely On Our Child Support Attorneys To Advocate For Your Rights During And After Divorce

Take the first step toward securing your finances and peace of mind by speaking with us today. We invite you to arrange your complimentary consultation by dialing 760-453-0732 or completing our online intake form.