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State College Child Support Lawyer

Child support is a part of divorces when children are present as well as being a consideration for parents who never married. Our firm offers its skilled assistance to anyone facing child support related issues.

Child support in Pennsylvania is determined using a formula contained within a state mandated guideline. The formula looks at a variety of factors to determine the appropriate child support obligation, including:

  • Income
  • Medical expenses
  • Day care expenses
  • Special needs
  • Children from another marriage
  • Custody

At Laura Robbins Law, LLC, our State College child support attorney understands how important it is to be able to secure a child support obligation that is appropriate for your situation. If the child is receiving too little support, the parent the child resides with primarily will be forced to make up the difference. If the child support obligation is set too high, the paying parent may have difficulty maintaining their own household.

We are here to help ensure that our clients receive a fair child support determination. We understand how the guideline works and will run our own calculations to determine beforehand what outcome can be expected if the matter is left to the court. We use these calculations to help us build a more solid position during negotiations over child support.

In addition to providing experienced representation to our clients on child support determination, we can also help if circumstances have changed down the road or the other parent is refusing to comply with their obligation by petitioning the court for a modification or enforcement.

Contact the Centre County Child Support Modification Attorney of Laura Robbins Law, LLC

If you are facing a determination of child support, it is critical that you have legal representation that can help you secure an obligation that is appropriate for your situation. Turn to the experienced child support lawyer of Laura Robbins Law, LLC. To schedule a free initial consultation, call 814-753-4625 or simply contact us online. We accept credit cards for our clients' convenience.

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