Child Support Attorney in Rancho Cucamonga
Secure the financial future of your family!
Throughout the state of California there are numerous laws and guidelines
set in place to ensure that children receive the court ordered amount
of medical and financial support they need from their parents. If you
are facing a child support dispute, it is imperative that you
contact The Law Office of Beverly W. Quinn immediately. We know how to protect the financial future of your family
and will exhaust our resources in order to do so on your behalf.
When you retain the representation of our firm, you can be confident that
your case is in good hands. We understand how emotionally exhausting obtaining
child support can be, and we don't believe you should face the legal
system alone. Without our firm representing your rights and goals, you
could experience difficulty obtaining the outcome that you desire. Make
the smart choice - secure the assistance of our
Rancho Cucamonga family law attorney.
How can The Law Office of Beverly W. Quinn help with your case?
For 47 years, our legal professionals have been helping families navigate
through a wide variety of legal complexities. Due to our extensive experience,
we have the knowledge and fortitude necessary to represent your case next.
We understand how difficult separation can be on a child. As such, we
are committed to helping you secure the funds necessary to raise your
child comfortably. Whether you are pursuing child support for the first
time or looking to modify your current child support plan, our team can
walk with you every step of the way and help you make every decision and
Our child support services include, but are not limited to, the following:
- Litigation services
- Document preparation services
- Decision modification services
Defining Child Support
Essentially, child support is a monthly payment that the non-custodial
parent gives to the custodial parent in order to cover the costs of supporting
the child financially. Typically, these payments are made until the child
turns 18. If the child is still attending high school and living with
the custodial-parent, child support payments may be required until the
child is 19 years of age. In some cases, the parents may agree to extend
the length of child support because the child is unable to become self-supporting
as a result of a disability.
Child support is established by a mathematical formula established in California's
child support guidelines. This
formula is based on your net monthly disposable income. It is important to understand that the outcome of this mathematical computation
can often be unfair. If this is the case for you, we will work to adjust
your payments to ensure you that are paying a reasonable amount that works
for you and your children. Whether you believe your ex-partner intends
to use the child support for selfish motives or you cannot afford to make
the monthly payments- we will utilize our resources to obtain a favorable
outcome that suits your needs.
We Are Here for You when You Need Us Most
Due to the complex nature of family law cases, it is important that you
enlist the professional assistance of our firm. You can be confident in
our ability to help your child receive the proper funds to reach their
greatest potential. Establish your child support and protect your rights
by contacting The Law Office of Beverly W. Quinn for immediate representation.
Contact our certified family law specialist
schedule your free case evaluation!
We are proud to offer our services in English and Spanish.