HARTFORD CHILD SUPPORT ATTORNEY
Central Connecticut Child Support Lawyer Assisting in Hartford, Middlesex, New Britain and Tolland Counties
Spousal Support and Child Support Law Firm
When parents have parted ways, the parent with physical or primary custody may be entitled to financial support for the children. Some spouses may also be entitled to support following a divorce, depending on several factors.
The final court order regarding child support may take some time. In that event, I will file a pretrial motion for a temporary child support award. I will also work to ensure that the final order complies with the Connecticut guidelines and incorporates all relevant income. When necessary, I can seek to deviate from the state guidelines.
Post-award enforcement may be necessary if a spouse ceases to make payments. I can solve those problems with wage garnishment actions and contempt motions. I can also assist you with modification of support orders when there has been a change in circumstance.
Before a divorce is finalized, it may be possible to file a pretrial motion for a temporary award of spousal support (alimony). I will pursue an appropriate order for support by assessing your circumstances in light of the governing state factors. If the situation requires, I will pursue an action for enforcement or modification of a spousal support order.