Prioritizing Your Child’s Needs

Child support is for the benefit of the child and can be ordered regardless of whether the parents are married or unmarried. Although child support is addressed separately, it can be affected by other issues in the case, such as custody, alimony, and the division of property and debts. In Florida, statutory guidelines and the parties’ incomes determine support awards. Our firm has considerable experience helping clients with these challenging issues, and we can help you obtain resolution under the law.

Discuss your case with our knowledgeable Brandon child support lawyer. Call us at 800-768-2026 to learn more about McGinnis Law Firm, P.A. and child support guidelines.

An Experienced Attorney Will Guide You Through The Process

At McGinnis Law Firm, P.A., family law is the sole focus of our practice. We know how difficult divorce and legal matters involving children can be, so we are committed to providing clients with clear and effective legal counsel at reasonable rates. Our attorney will personally answer all of your questions and describe the likely outcome of your child support matter.

Attorney Wendy K. McGinnis understands Florida support law and the serious consequences of failing to comply. The state’s many child support enforcement tools include driver’s license suspension, liens on property, and even incarceration. Whether you are a custodial or noncustodial parent, we can help you follow the law and avoid these repercussions. We also help clients determine whether their circumstances meet the qualifications for a modification of their child support order.

Contact Us To Learn More

If you need assistance with a child support matter, we can help. Contact us online or call 800-768-2026 to schedule a free initial consultation. Our firm accepts credit cards, and we offer payment plans.