One of the biggest issues for divorced families is calculation of a child support order. As attorneys, we know that child support can be a huge source of family discord, so at the Robertson Law Firm, PLLC my staff and I work closely with our clients to make sure that they understand the law, that their rights are enforced, and that their children's needs are met.
We know that many things about the law may seem unpredictable or even unfair, but as attorneys, we help you combat this feeling through our own dedication, case preparation, and competency in handling our clients' cases. Our clients often have concerns about the Arkansas child support system. Parents paying support frequently don't like the way the money is being spent. They want more control over the money. Parents receiving support frequently note that the amount is not enough to cover basic expenses.
We know that issues of divorce and child support can seem tumultuous, but we are constantly on your side, helping you understand the law and the courts and fighting for you under it.
New Changes in Arkansas Child Support Laws
As of May 4, 2007, the Arkansas Family Support Chart has been updated. The new law allows judges to consider the income of both parents, both the payee and the payor, during payment calculation. Talking to a lawyer at the Robertson Law Firm, PLLC can help you learn more about the new changes.
Modification and Enforcement of Child Support Orders
We also help with enforcement or modification of child support orders. This extends to fighting the Arkansas Office of Child Support Enforcement (OCSE) directly. We know that their records are often incorrect and that their charts are unfair, and they are often unable to truly help payees or payors. We are fully on your side, never hesitating to take action, because we know the system needs to be changed.
Contact our Law Office
Contact our law offices by calling 501-588-4451 to speak with a well-qualified attorney about your child support concerns. We strive to provide the absolute best representation for you and your family, taking into account the impact of your divorce on your children.