Tampa Child Support Lawyer
Lutz, Florida, Divorce Attorney Resolving Child Support Concerns
Florida has specific guidelines that determine the level of child support that will be paid by each parent. The court will generally follow these guidelines very closely unless there is a compelling reason to deviate from them. A family law attorney with experience in child custody matters can work to ensure that you receive a fair settlement that fully accommodates your children’s needs.
At the Law Offices of Roberta Kohn, P.A., we work tirelessly on our clients’ behalf to resolve a wide variety of child support issues. From our office in Lutz, Florida, we serve clients throughout Hillsborough County and Pasco County, as well as the Tampa Bay area. We have experience representing parents going through a divorce as well as unmarried parents fighting to protect their rights. Contact us today to schedule your initial consultation with our skilled family lawyer.
Guiding You Through the Child Support Process
Child support payments are largely determined by state statute. The legislature lays out a number of factors that a court must consider in determining a child support order, including:
- The needs of the children
- The income of each parent
- Which parent pays for the child’s health care, daycare and other expenses
- Time-sharing (parenting) plan
- Spousal support
- How the marital property was divided
We will help you work through the statute to ensure that all income and allowable deductions are included in the calculations. Our law firm is also available to assist you with any child support modification request or in seeking enforcement of child support payments.
Committed to Reaching a Positive Result
Attorney Roberta Kohn has been practicing law in Florida since 1996. She knows the law and she knows what it takes to reach a favorable outcome in your case, whether it involves a fairly straightforward calculation or parents with high income. She will work to negotiate an agreement that meets all of your children’s needs or argue the matter before a judge if necessary.