Lawyer Who Understands Connecticut’s Child Support Laws
Explanation Of Connecticut Support Guidelines From A Skilled Lawyer
Connecticut courts use a statutory formula and guidelines to determine the appropriate amount of child support to be paid by the noncustodial parent. Factors taken into account include:
- Actual earnings of both parents
- Earning capacity of both parents
- Gross income of both parents
- Allowable deductions
- Combined net income
- Deviation criteria allowed under the guidelines
Under appropriate circumstances, our firm works with experts who can accurately assign earning capacity. We will fight for you to make certain your child receives the payments he or she deserves.
Modifying Your Awards
If a significant change has occurred in your life, or the life of your former spouse, your child support and/or alimony award may be modified. Our attorney will walk you through the modification process and explain your options to you in terms you can understand.
Contact A Proven Child Support Attorney For More Information
For personalized, cost-effective representation in child custody and child support cases, call to schedule an appointment for an initial consultation with us at 203-309-0717 or send us an e-mail. All phone calls and e-mails are answered within 24 business hours.