A Skilled Alabama Child Support Lawyer – Ready To Advocate For Your Interests
Every child needs financial support after a divorce. Family law attorney Richelle Gossman at Gossman Law Firm, LLC, helps parents come to an agreement when it come to supporting their child after a divorce.
Richelle is dedicated to providing her clients with the information they need to make informed decisions. She takes the time to speak with her clients in-depth about the process and expectations.
Help You Understand The Child Support Guidelines In Alabama
She will take the time to thoroughly examine your case and help you calculate child support based on the Alabama Child Support Guidelines. Factors are generally taken into consideration in determining child support in Alabama. They include but are not limited to:
- The parents’ custody arrangement and parenting time schedule
- The income of both parents
- Health care costs
- Medical insurance costs
- How many children each parent supports
- Daycare and after-school childcare costs
If necessary, Richelle can help determine if a departure from the guidelines is appropriate or necessary in your case.
Handling All Aspects Of Your Case
Ms. Gossman prepares and submits all child support forms to the court, including income withholding orders to have payment withheld from paychecks when applicable. She will take care of all details from start to finish.
Can Child Support Payments Be Modified?
If there has been a material change of circumstances or if your child’s needs have changed, it is possible to make post-judgment modifications in child support.
If you need help modifying an existing child support order, Richelle can help. She will evaluate the change in circumstances for you, help to calculate the proposed, recommended new support and gather evidence in support of the change.
Get Started On Your Case. Schedule A Free Consult.
Contact Richelle at 205-606-6896 today. Free consultations. Payment plans available for contested matters.
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