Candace Jones offers legal assistance to families and individuals with child support issues in Lancaster and the surrounding regions. This attorney aids clients in seeking to order child support or defend themselves against unjust support actions. Jones assists in calculating proper child support payments and presenting reasons persuasively in a family law court. In addition, Jones and her team handle other family law matters, such as divorce, child custody and visitation, name change, and spousal support.
43535 17th Street West Suite 403, Lancaster, CA 93534
Lancaster, CA 93534
The Law Offices of John C. Bigler is a divorce law firm that offers assistance for child support negotiations to clients in Lancaster and its surrounding areas. It handles a variety of cases, including interstate and international custody disputes. It also offers services related to complex divorce, domestic violence, and spousal support. The firm's attorney, John Bigler is a certified family law specialist who has been practicing family law in California for more than 25 years.
1037 W Avenue N. Suite 201, Palmdale, CA 93551
Palmdale, CA 93551
The Law Offices of Ulric E. J. Usher, Esq. A PC., represents clients throughout Lancaster and its neighboring areas. Its team of lawyers delivers more than 75 years of combined experience in handling and litigating cases under various practice areas, including family law. In helping spouses resolve disputes regarding child support, it provides comprehensive counsel in determining factors such as income source, custody terms, the number of children involved, and each child's living expenses. The firm also caters to families and parents in matters concerning paternity and custody.
530 W Lancaster Blvd, Lancaster, CA 93534
Lancaster, CA 93534
The court order outlines any obligations of child support. Additional questions about payments owed can be routed through the appropriate local child support office. The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Office of Child Support Enforcement maintains a list of state agencies and tribal child support agencies throughout the United States and its territories.
Child support funds are intended to pay for a child's essential needs. Child support attorneys may advocate as to what should and shouldn't be included in the order. The court may expressly define the expenses to be paid for to help both parties understand their responsibilities.
Child support may include the following items and services: