Fighting for Fair and Equitable Child Support in Maryland
In Maryland, either parent may be ordered to provide child support. In determining the amount of support provided, the Court considers factors such as the income of both parents, child care expenses, medical insurance expenses, and more. If a parent has been ordered to pay child support, the Court can withhold wages from that parent’s paycheck.
There are many variables involved in determining whether child support is warranted and the amount of that support. The Tyra Law Firm, has extensive experience helping parents obtain all of the child support to which they are entitled. In addition, we help parents modify child support payments in cases where the financial situation of either parent has changed.
You owe it to yourself and your children to seek the counsel of an attorney with experience in this complex and crucial area of the law. Contact Rockville child support lawyer Neil Tyra today to discuss your particular needs, concerns and goals for the future.