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Philadelphia Child Support Modification Lawyer

Establishment, Modification, & Enforcement of Child Support in Montgomery County

When parents divorce or separate, the needs of the children are the most important consideration for all parties involved. Whether you are establishing child support orders, or having them modified or enforced, it is important to have qualified legal guidance.

At the Law Office of Smith & Horwitz, our lawyers have extensive experience handling a wide range of child support issues for clients throughout Philadelphia and surrounding areas. We are committed to helping you achieve your legal goals while protecting the best interests of your child.

Let us help you. Contact us today online or by telephone at (215) 515-8464 to arrange a consultation with one of our knowledgeable Philadelphia child support modification lawyers.

Establishing Child Support

Child support is determined by a set of guidelines, taking into account a number of factors, including:

  • the number of children
  • the income of each parent
  • the needs of the children

Calculating child support can become more complex when a parent is self-employed or has hidden income. Our attorneys can help you with all aspects of establishing child support, so your rights and your child’s rights are protected.

Child Support Modifications

If circumstances warrant a change in child support orders, our attorneys can petition the court for a modification of orders. Likewise, if your ex-spouse is seeking a modification that would be unfavorable, we can help you defend against it. Many people do not even realize that they may be entitled to a modification. It is important to consult with an experienced attorney to fully understand your rights and to what you may be entitled. At the Law Office of Smith & Horwitz, we often run guideline calculations for clients to help them understand these rights under the Pennsylvania child support laws.

Child Support Enforcement

If one parent does not fulfill his or her obligations regarding child support, the other can take legal action to have orders enforced. Whether you are the paying or receiving spouse, it is important to protect your rights in these matters. An experienced lawyer can make sure that you know your options and fight to get you the child support to which you are entitled.

Contact a Philadelphia County Child Support Enforcement Lawyer

If you face a child support issue and are seeking experienced legal guidance, we are here for you. Contact us online or by telephone at (215) 515-8464 to arrange a consultation with one of our experienced Philadelphia child support modification lawyers.

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