Lake County Child Support Lawyers Helping Divorcing Parents With Their Child’s Needs
Helping clients throughout Lake County, Chaffee County and Eagle County, Colorado
If you are divorcing from your spouse and in need of legal advice regarding how to establish a reasonable child support system for your children, our experienced Lake county attorney, Lindsey Parlin, will be able to guide you throughout the whole process.
Lindsey’s main concern is to represent you agressively to make certain that children are provided for and that all the rules that have been ordered by the court are being respected.
If you’re already in the middle of a child support dispute – or believe to be starting one soon – you can contact any of Lindey Parlin’s law offices (in Lake, Eagle and Chaffee counties), so you can get the necessary legal advice.
HOW IS CHILD SUPPORT CALCULATED IN COLORADO?
Child support is an obligation to maintain and care financially for a child that the parents are raising separately. Depending on the case, either parent may be ordered to pay youngster support. Colorado courts adhere to precise guidelines to determine the amount of child assist payments.
Elements the court may consider in calculating the amount of child support include:
- Parents’ incomes, assets, and debts
- Child support or maintenance from a prior marriage
- Children’s medical and daycare expenses
- Amount of time spent with the non-custodial parent
- Children’s ages
Eagle County child support attorney Lindsey Parlin is commited to represent her clients agressively and defend their rights in all negotiations, hearings, and enforcement matters related to child support. Having worked as a Child and Family Investigator (CFI) for Colorado’s 5th Judicial District, Ms. Parlin has gained extensive experience in conducting investigations and interviews, as well as offering custody and visitation recommendations to the court. This solid experience has helped her develop exceptional insights and skills in child support disputes. You can be confident that Chaffee County child support attorney Lindsey Parlin is a knowledgeable and skilled advisor that will guide you throughout your child support legal battle and help you achieve the best possible result.
If you pay child support, the court may order payment modifications if your income drops, you become unemployed, the other spouse’s income increases, or living expenses change in either household. If you are the spouse receiving child support, you may request modifications if the paying spouse’s income increases, if your child’s expenses have significantly increased, or if it’s discovered that the paying spouse has undisclosed income. Although it is not required, it is highly recommended you seek the help of an experienced family law attorney if you need to request modifications.
HIRE AN EXPERIENCED CHILD SUPPORT LAW FIRM
Our child support lawyer, Lindsey Parlin, is legally able to represent clients in Breckenridge, Leadville, Avon, Beaver Creek, Dillon, Eagle, Edwards, Fairplay, Frisco, Keystone, Vail, Silverthorne, Salida, Buena Vista, and throughout Eagle, Lake, Park, Summit, and Chafee counties. She has also been recognized as the “Favorite Local Attorney” by the Leadville Herald Democrat (for three consecutive years). Operating throughout Colorado, we focus our legal practice on a number of family law areas, such as child custody, child support, property division, and maintenance issues. Whatever your issue, Lindsey will provide you with sound legal advice as well as represent you and your case. Feel free to fill the form on this site’s contact page or call Lindsey Parlin’s law offices at 719-310-3703. Quick action is advised when it comes to settling child support cases -please contact us today so we can begin discussing your legal issue immediately.