Aggressive Child Support Attorney in Nashville
Ensuring that your child is properly taken care of
As parents, you and your spouse or partner (or ex-spouse/partner) are required by state law to financially support your children until they turn 18 years old or graduate from high school (whichever comes later). Depending on your child custody arrangement or parenting plan, one parent may also be responsible for providing child support payments to the other, in order to divide the child’s expenses equitably. At the Stover Law Group, we can help resolve your child support issues.
Typically the primary residential parent (PRP, also known as the custodial parent) receives funds from the alternative residential parent (ARP or noncustodial parent); however, sometimes the opposite occurs. I, William Stover, am an experienced child support lawyer who understands the ins and outs of child support mandates in Tennessee. I can help you fight to attain a reasonable amount in child support, enforce compliance and modify child support orders as necessary.
Determining child support
To decide which parent (if either) should pay child support and how much, the court examines a number of factors, including the following:
I am a family law attorney who provides useful guidance and real solutions when you’re dealing with child support issues, especially following a divorce. As your child support lawyer in Nashville, I’ll help you anticipate the court’s decision regarding support payments and do everything possible to maximize the benefits for your son or daughter.
In more than a decade providing child support attorney services, I’ve helped countless clients obtain child support payments that were overdue or partial and ensured that future payments arrived on time and in full. It is often necessary to involve state or federal courts to force the nonpaying parent to comply with support orders. The courts can do this in the following ways:
A Nashville attorney who fights for the support your child deserves
For more information about the services offered by the Stover Law Group, call me at 615.613.0541 or contact me online to schedule a free initial phone consultation. I represent clients in Nashville and throughout Middle Tennessee, including Murfreesboro, Clarksville, Gallatin, Shelbyville and Lebanon.