Are you going through a divorce? Along with the stress of splitting up the household, deciding on who is getting the house and furniture, and learning how to live without your spouse as a partner within the home, you are understandably worried about your children and may need child support help.
If you have been the breadwinner, you might want to support your children but you might also be concerned that the financial support you are required to provide will be so much that you won’t be able to pay for your own expenses. If you have been the main caregiver and haven’t worked (or perhaps you’ve worked part-time or chose a low-wage job so you could be more available to your children), you might not know how you will manage to support them at all.
Hiring a private attorney is outside the realm of reality for many people who are concerned about child support. After all, if you aren’t sure how you will pay the bills without child support, chances are good that you don’t have a lot of expendable income in the first place. We understand that and have created a system to allow you to get the help you need at a price you can afford.
When it comes to getting the support you need- whether it is child support help or spousal support- you may not know where to go. National Family Solutions provides help at an affordable rate for families that are not able to hire an attorney. If you are having issues with establishing support or modifying existing orders for support, then we can help you. Calculating the proper amount of support can be a sensitive issue for many couples going through a breakup. This is why our programs are designed to get you the help that you need to resolve the issues quickly and effectively and without spending a lot of money.
Child support typically goes hand in hand with a custody or visitation order in many family law situations. It is often necessary that the non custodial parent pay child support to help the custodial parent to provide the children with the things that they need. Without child support, parents may have difficulty properly supporting their child financially. Child support might also be paid in the event of shared custody. If one parent makes substantially more money than the other, child support can help ensure that the children are able to maintain the same lifestyle they’ve been accustomed to.
Spousal support is another type of financial support that may be necessary. This is usually referred to as alimony. There are certain restrictions when it comes to alimony agreements. You will need to make sure that you are eligible for this type of support. Many times, it’s awarded when one spouse stayed home to care for the children or when the spouse worked part-time or at a low-wage job. Alimony often ends if the receiving ex-spouse gets remarried. If you feel that you are entitled to spousal support, then we can help you get the support that you deserve.
Child Support Adjustments
Sometimes, the person paying child support has a life change that makes it impossible for them to continue paying as ordered. For example, if they become very ill or injured or if they lose their job, they might not be able to honor their legal obligation to their children and the other parent of those children. In these cases, a child support adjustment is sometimes possible. We can help you file the motions to adjust support payments.
Child Support Enforcement
If you’ve been awarded child support in the past and your ex is not paying it as ordered, you can file a motion to have him or her held responsible for past-due monies as well as future payments. Rather than spend money you don’t have on a private attorney, count on National Family Solutions to help you through the process for a fraction of the cost.
National Family Solutions is available for legal advocacy nationwide. We will connect you with the legal experts you need who can help you get the child support or child support adjustment that you deserve. We have parent evaluators, social workers, family psychologists, and other experts on hand to walk you through this process.
Remember, you don’t have to go it alone just because you can’t pay for a high-cost attorney. Trust National Family Solutions to advocate for you and your child as you work through your divorce, child custody case, and child support case.
Our Comprehensive Support Programs
- Nationwide Support Petitions
- All Support Modifications
- Aggressive Support Adjustments
- Child Support Termination Programs
Do You Qualify for Our Program?
You will find that our extensive programs can save you a lot of time and money when it comes to your support issues. By completing the form below, you will be able to find out if you qualify. If so, we can provide child support help to get you started resolving your issues.