Milford, Michigan, Child Support and Divorce Lawyers
It is no secret that financial matters concerning child support are often among the most emotionally frustrating issues in a divorce case. All parties in a divorce have a stake in the financial outcome.
The attorney you hire will play an important role in determining what calculations the judge will apply to determine earnings and assets that will affect the final support award. It is equally important that your lawyer knows the particulars of the court that will hear your case.
This is where our experience makes a decisive difference.
Our attorneys have been practicing family law in lower Michigan for years. With direction and experience, Spindler, Nausieda & Associates legal team provides sound, effective legal advice and aggressive representation in all areas relating to child custody and child support issues.
Understanding Michigan Child Support
Under Michigan law, child support is determined by a formula that considers the earnings of both parents. We will fight vigorously to ensure the judge uses a fair review of your earnings to determine the appropriate amount of child support.
It is important to remember that whatever the payments, child support is for the children and in all cases; the children's best interests should remain a priority. We help you keep this priority in mind even when things feel like they are falling apart.
Whether You Are Getting a Divorce or Were Never Married, Trust Spindler, Nausieda & Associates
For help understanding Michigan child support guidelines and how they affect your final agreement, contact a Michigan child support lawyer at one of our convenient offices in Milford or Howell in Hartland Township, Michigan. Schedule a consultation about your divorce or separation to receive a full, clear explanation of your options.
"Child support is often an emotional and contentious issue. We will fight aggressively to protect your interests and ensure that the calculations of income and assets are accurate and fair. Knowing the local court that will be handling your divorce makes a decisive difference." — Attorney Kathryn Wayne-Spindler