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San Diego Child Support Lawyer

In Your Child's Best Interest

In California, child support is defined by law as the ongoing monetary expenditures and payments necessary to cover a child's living and medical expenses, including health insurance. Child support is directly linked to the amount of money you make and the amount of time you have physical custody of the child. It is also determined by the number of children one must support from another relationship.

But it is not that simple. The San Diego child support attorneys of Fleischer & Ravreby will help you maximize your child custody and support settlement with the strength of our financial and accounting background. We investigate in detail the amount of income available and eligible for child support, exploring finer points such as assets or income hidden by those who are self-employed, own a business or have other investments.

Solana Beach Child Maintenance Attorneys

After the dust from your divorce has settled, Fleischer & Ravreby can defend your parental rights should the need arise to modify your child support order. It is worth talking to a lawyer to see if recalculating the amount of child support you give or receive is warranted. Child support can be changed or modified at anytime, until your child graduates from high school. Your child support order can, and should, be recalculated if you can prove a substantial change in circumstances such as:

  • An increase in income
  • A loss of a job or other major decrease in income
  • A change in the amount of time each parent spends with the child
  • A significant change in medical, educational or other needs of a child

Call or e-mail the family law office of Fleischer & Ravreby for all your divorce, bankruptcy, child support and estate planning needs at 858-248-4036.

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