Murfreesboro Child Support Attorney
We Help Clients Throughout Tennessee.
Establishing a fair amount of child support is important for both parents.
The law requires parents to provide financial support for their offspring
until they reach the age of 18. However, in certain circumstances, courts
can extend or enforce a child support agreement well past the age of 18.
For example, an existing agreement can be extended in order to pay for
a child’s college or university tuition.
To determine the amount of child support that needs to be paid out, courts
generally look at:
- The Financial Situation of Each Parent
- The Needs of the Child
- A Parent's Responsibilities for Any Other Children
- Each Household’s Living Expenses
- The Amount of Time Each Parent Spends with the Child
Don’t let yourself be left with sole responsibility for your child’s
expenses, speak with our lawyer today to figure out your available legal
options. We are here to make sure that you are not taken advantage of
by your ex-spouse.
Need Help Enforcing an Existing Child Support Order?
It is illegal to violate a court’s child support order. Our legal
team has extensive resources that we can use to help you collect child
support payments that are past due. We can help you get direct support
by garnishing the wages of a parent who refuses to make their child support
payments. Speak with our attorney today to get help collecting back owed payments.
Child Support Modification
In addition to helping our clients collect past due child support payments,
our firm can also help you change the terms of your existing child support
agreement. We help clients get court approval for reduced payments or
payment readjustment for things like losing your job or facing a sudden
Speak With Us Today
At The Clarke Law Firm, we protect the rights of parents and their children.
If you are having legal issues with child support payments, we can help.
Our firm has nearly a decade of legal experience handling cases similar
to yours. Let us put our resources and skills to work for you.
Contact our Murfreesboro child support lawyer
to learn how we can help with your case.