Alimony and Child Support

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Financial Support 

Throughout many divorce cases, a major decision to be considered is if and how alimony and child support will be paid from one spouse to another. The thought of suddenly having to support yourself and your children may be an overwhelming prospect among the already difficult and emotional trying aspects of a divorce case, but it does not have to be. Alimony, specifically, is financial help for the spouse themselves, while child support is financial help for the children of the divorced couple.

The decisions made by both parties during the breakup of a marriage can have a tremendous impact on the lives of the children both emotionally and financially, and child support has a direct relationship with the amount of custodial time a parent has. We understand that it is important to take all of these factors into consideration when fighting for your financial rights during such a restructuring of a family, and we know exactly how to fight in a way that you will be able to move forward confidently.

Additionally, the attorneys at Parker Law are here to assist you if you already have a child custody and/or support order and something has changed with your family. We understand exactly how to modify these existing orders, and know how to help you determine if this is the appropriate time for a modification. Get the best alimony lawyers in the Statesville, Mooresville, Lake Norman, and Huntersville areas to help you with your case. Our experienced team of attorneys will help guide you through this process in a way that is in the best interest of you and your children. Click the link below to contact the Parker Law Offices today and set up a consultation about your Alimony or Child Support case.

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