Child Support

Indianapolis Child Support Lawyer

If you are going through a divorce with children, you likely have a lot of questions, such as:

  • Will I receive child support?
  • Will I have to pay my financially independent ex?
  • How much money can I expect to pay?

An experienced Indianapolis child support attorney can address your concerns so you are not left with any surprises. Vanessa López Aguilera is a skilled child support attorney committed to representing mothers and fathers forced to make tough decisions when going through a divorce.

Our team is available to meet one-on-one with you to address your concerns and explain how child support is determined. Contact our law firm for an initial consultation to learn how we can address your financial concerns, while taking every opportunity to make this process as smooth as possible for you.

How Is Child Support Determined?

As a group of Indianapolis, Indiana, child support lawyers, we are sensitive to the needs and concerns of my clients. If you are paying support, you want to make sure the amount was accurately determined and that you can afford to pay it. If you are receiving child support, you want to feel comfortable with the amount you are receiving.

Both parents are required to support their children. In Indiana, child support is determined by a statutory calculation. Factors that are used in the calculation include:

  • Each parent’s income
  • Number of children
  • Number of overnights with the noncustodial parent
  • Work-related childcare expenses
  • Prior or subsequent legal duties for other children
  • Health insurance premiums

Additionally, there is a presumption that both parents will contribute to college expenses. We have extensive experience guiding fathers and mothers through the divorce process. You can feel confident knowing we will make sure child support calculations are based on accurate numbers so you will not be taken advantage of.

Child Support Can Be Modified and Enforced

The months and years after a divorce can bring significant change. If there has been a substantial increase or decrease in income, a modification to the existing child support order can be granted. A child custody modification can also cause the amount of child support you pay or receive to be modified.

If your ex-spouse is not paying child support, you can go to court to seek a child support enforcement. If your ex-spouse is found in contempt, the judge can force him or her to pay your attorney’s fees. Our firm is an aggressive advocate committed to protecting you and your children, whether you are seeking to enforce or modify the child support arrangement.

Contact a Skilled Marion County Child Support Enforcement Attorney

Whether you are seeking to establish child support or need help modifying or enforcing an existing order, make sure you have an experienced family law attorney in your corner. We have extensive experience protecting my clients’ personal and financial interests and will do the same for you.

Contact our Indianapolis law firm online or call (317) 634-9484 for a consultation. Hablamos español.


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