Child Support Attorney Spokane, WA
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How Does the Court Calculate Child Support in Washington?
- - Gross incomes of both parents
- - The number and ages of the children involved
- - Applicable deductions, such as taxes, union dues, Social Security, Medicare, and pension contributions
- - Income of your current spouse or live-in partner
- - The number of children you support overall
- - Other children your current spouse or live-in partner supports
Washington’s Child Support Laws
Enforcement of Child Support Orders
Child Support Modification
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ExperienceOur attorneys have nearly two decades of experience in family law, including child support cases.
Free consultationsWe offer free initial consultations to discuss your case and provide you with personalized guidance.
Individualized approachWe understand that every case is unique, and we take the time to work closely with you to achieve your goals for your children's well-being.
Comprehensive case managementWe handle all aspects of your case, from filing paperwork to representing you in court, to help you achieve a favorable outcome.
CommunicationWe prioritize open and honest communication to ensure that you're informed every step of the way.
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Can the court deviate from the child support guidelines?
Yes, the court can deviate from the child support guidelines if there are special circumstances. For example, if a parent has a high income or if the child has special needs, the court may deviate from the standard amount. The court may also consider factors such as the child's educational or medical expenses, or the parents' travel costs when determining the amount of child support.
What can I do if the other parent refuses to pay child support?
If one parent refuses to pay child support, file an enforcement action with the court. The court can order payment through tax returns, wage garnishment, or contempt actions. The Division of Child Support (DCS) may also take action, such as suspending licenses. Regardless of the circumstances, we can help you get the back child support you deserve.
How much child support can I expect to pay?
The amount of child support a parent can expect to pay in Spokane, Washington depends on various factors such as income, number of children, and parenting time. The Washington State Child Support Schedule provides guidelines for determining child support obligations based on these factors. It's best to consult with an experienced family law attorney to determine the specific amount of child support you may be obligated to pay.