Corona Family Law Attorney
951.547.1937

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1101 California Ave, Suite 210
Corona, CA 92881

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Corona Child Support Attorney

How is child support decided in California?

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One of the most frequent questions that comes up during a divorce is, "Will I have to pay child support?" or "Will I get child support?"

Searching for an attorney for a child support case in Corona? At the Law Offices of John Joseph Buckey, Jr. & Associates, we can provide you with an immediate answer to that question. The payment of child support is decided on a formula under the California Child Support Guidelines. That formula is based primarily on each spouse's income and the physical child custody arrangements. We know the formula, so we can provide you with an answer following a brief review of your current financial situation.

Careful Handling of Child Support Is Required

Just because child support is determined by a formula doesn't mean that this aspect of your divorce can simply be glossed over. That is definitely not the case. A formula is only as good as the numbers entered into it. Our attorneys will take great care to see that the income amounts and other figures entered are correct. Unfortunately, divorce cases where children are involved frequently become battles. Spouses may misreport their income in an attempt to pay less child support or receive more. We take great care to overcome these challenges in pursuit of a fair outcome. Furthermore, if there is any reason to deviate from the formula to achieve a fair outcome, we will look for the opportunity to do so. There are a variety of reasons that the guidelines can be deviated from. We know why and we know how.

Child Support Modifications in Corona

Need to discuss your concerns with an experienced Corona child support lawyer? It frequently occurs that one of the parents requires a modification to the terms of child support in the months or years following a divorce, and if this is true in your case an attorney from our firm may be able to represent you in bringing a petition to the family law court. By making a persuasive argument of why it is necessary to increase or decrease the amount you are paying or receiving in child support, we might be able to compel the judge to rule in your favor. For assistance with child support, contact our legal team today! Call 951-547-1937 to speak with our elite trial attorneys!

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