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Legal Guidance Regarding Child Support: Your Rights And Obligations
Child support is meant to meet the material needs of kids whose parents have divorced or were never married. Each state has its own laws that apply to the important issues:
- The relationship between child custody/visitation and support
- Determining child support amounts
- Modification of child support when circumstances have changed
- Child support enforcement when payments have not been made
An experienced lawyer with Blankenship Massey & Associates can help you resolve your child support matter. We are skilled at helping parties find solutions outside of court, but we can also litigate matters when necessary.
Spousal Support: Making Equitable Arrangements
Historically known as alimony, spousal support or spousal maintenance is ordered by a judge (or negotiated out of court) in some divorces. In most cases, spousal support is prescribed for a certain period of time; occasionally it is ordered permanently. Common factors in determining spousal support include:
- Both spouses’ incomes and income potential
- The length of the marriage
- The age and health of both spouses
- Expenses and projected expenses
If you need help protecting your legal rights regarding spousal support, Blankenship Massey & Associates can provide it. We are experienced and knowledgeable. We have assisted many clients in negotiating equitable support arrangements.
Talk To Us About Your Situation
Every support matter is different. Whether you expect to pay or receive support, it is important to get the legal advice you need regarding your situation. Contact Blankenship Massey & Associates Attorneys at Law for a free consultation. We are based in Erlanger, Kentucky, and serve clients in northern Kentucky, Ohio and Indiana.