Michigan Child Support Lawyer – Phone: 248-646-7980
One of the most contentious aspects of a divorce is child support. Even if parents are not arguing over support, they have questions about how it is calculated. They wonder what can be included in the calculations like income and assets, and whether they can alter child support after a court order has been issued. They want to know how child custody affects support. They question if support paid to the other parent might factor into child support considerations.
At the Law Offices of Michael A. Robbins in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, attorney Robbins is able to answer all questions related to child and spousal support. As a teacher, lecturer and author of numerous articles on family law, he is highly knowledgeable about the most recent changes in Michigan’s spousal and child support laws.
Issues that can occur in child support matters include:
- The impact of both parents’ incomes on child support payments
- What income is included when calculating child support
- What are realistic child care stipulations
- Who pays for the child’s health insurance
- If the guidelines have any flexibility
- What happens if payments are not made
- Who is responsible for the enforcement of these orders
- Whether these awards can be modified
- Who gets a tax deduction for a child
For more information, read Mr. Robbins’ article on Child Support Deviations.
Strong Legal Representation
Mr. Robbins has been representing men and women in family law matters since 1982 and has appeared in the national media to discuss issues related to child and spousal support. He has worked extensively with Friend of the Court in Michigan. He advises and represents clients in mediation, hearings and divorce trials throughout the Tri-County area.
To learn how child and spousal support orders will impact you, call us at 248-646-7980 for an initial consultation, or fill out our intake form on our Contact page. Located in Bloomfield Hills, Mr. Robbins accepts cases in the Tri-County area of Oakland, Wayne and Macomb counties and throughout the state.
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