If you and your spouse have children but are no longer together, your best course of action for your legal rights is to seek the counsel of an experienced child support and spousal support lawyer in Smith County.
Child support issues are often among the leading areas of concern during or following a divorce case. In the State of Texas, courts use a formula that calculates a percentage of the obligor parent’s net income in determining the appropriate child support amount to be awarded to the parent with custody.
There can be several variations of how child support is calculated depending on whether the obligor parent is self-employed, a salaried employee, or whether the parents share equal time with the children. With an experienced, knowledgeable child support attorney in Tyler, TX on your side, you can ensure the appropriate amount of child support for your needs is established from the beginning.
Attorney Rachael Griffith cares deeply about the wellbeing of children. As a mom and former elementary school teacher, she knows the value of ensuring each child grows up in a thriving environment and a healthy home.
Whether you simply need help with child support issues, or if you need legal assistance to navigate a divorce and child custody case as well, we’re here to help. Rachael will fight for you, protect your rights, and ensure you are treated fairly, and your children are cared for.
Work schedules and other circumstances can make a joint custody or tailored possession schedule challenging to navigate. How much child support is paid may vary depending on the details of the case. We can discuss this and help you understand what to expect in your case during your consultation.
Whether you seek child support from your former partner or are fighting to protect yourself from paying more than your obligation, Rachael Griffith is the ideal representative in Tyler, TX and Smith County for your child support case.
For more information or to speak with our child support attorney in Tyler, TX, contact our office today for a consultation. We are happy to meet with you in person, over the phone, or via Zoom video conferencing call to discuss your child support case.