Doing What’s Best For The Child
While relationships between mothers and fathers may end, the parent-child relationship lasts a lifetime. Both parents are responsible for providing for the children after a divorce or after unmarried parents split up. It is often necessary for one parent to provide support payments to the other.
At Hardin Law Firm PLLC, we can help you navigate child support issues and other legal matters that affect the family. We provide experienced legal guidance to clients in Fayetteville and Carthage and throughout Cumberland and Moore Counties.
Child Support In North Carolina
Child support is not the right of either parent, but rather the right of the child. In North Carolina, child support is determined by a set of guidelines that take into account factors such as:
- The income of each parent
- The number of children
- Child care expenses
- The cost of medical and dental insurance
- Special needs considerations
Child support issues can become complex under certain circumstances. For instance, if one parent is self-employed or hiding income, it may warrant an investigation of the facts. We can represent you in child support proceedings, no matter how simple or complex. We also represent clients in child support modifications and enforcement as well as all types of child custody and visitation matters.
Talk To An Experienced Attorney About Your Child Support Issues
If you are seeking guidance for a child support issue in North Carolina, we are here to help. Contact us today online or by telephone at 910-849-2356 to arrange your initial consultation with an experienced child support lawyer in Cumberland and Moore County.