Expert Child Support Guidance

Child support is not an issue that can be resolved once and never revisited.  An agreement should be drawn up at the start of the process that takes the needs of the child into account, first and foremost.

Oftentimes, as time goes on, circumstances change with parents or with the child.  When that happens, the custodial and non-custodial parent may seek to revise the agreement to ensure it continues to be in the best interests of the child, and that both parents find the agreement acceptable.

Even with the best intentions, managing an ongoing relationship that includes childcare can be difficult to navigate, and may lead to unforeseen outcomes.  Some parents may skip child support payments, or may struggle to meet them on time due to financial hardship.

Your Fayetteville Child Support Lawyer

All of these scenarios benefit from trusted legal counsel.  Koenig Law can help custodial and non-custodial parents work through the complex questions surrounding child support.  We work with families throughout Fayetteville and Cumberland County.  Contact us today to discuss your situation.

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