Cases involving divorce and child custody inevitably are going to involve discussion regarding child support as well. Even though there are basic laws in California and on a federal level about child support, each case that comes through the system is unique in its own particulars. The facts of the case can greatly determine what the outcome is in regards to the amount of support and type of support that the court orders. If you are involved in a family dispute and divorce and want to know about your rights when getting child support in Los Angeles, it is a good idea to contact us at the Law Offices of Jennifer Nagel for legal advice.
You Need Representation
In a case like this where support may be disputed, it is important that you have legal representation. You need a lawyer on your side that has a complete understanding of the custody and support laws so that they can argue on your behalf, defend your rights and make sure you get the support that you need to help your child or children. You want to see a lawyer that specializes in family law so that they are experienced in dealing with cases like yours and will know the best approach to take.
Filing Paperwork and Organizing a Case
To get child support in Los Angeles, there is a great deal of paperwork that needs to be filed in the proper way and with supporting documentation and evidence. Our law office will work with you to make sure all of the paperwork is filled out properly and filed with the appropriate court. We will then keep you informed regarding the progress of your case, let you know about the formula used to determine the amount of support, petitions that can be filed on your behalf and if court appearances are necessary as part of your case.
Getting Child Support in Los Angeles
Working for child support in Los Angeles can take a lot of effort and guidance depending on the individual case, so it is best to get started as soon as possible with a reliable law firm. Please take the time to call is at the Law Offices of Jennifer Nagel by calling 424-227-0319 so you can set up an appointment to speak to a lawyer, discuss your case and find out what steps you need to take going forward to get the proper support payments for your child.