Prince William County Child Support Attorney

Determinations in Virginia regarding child support focus on meeting the child’s medical, educational, physical and emotional needs. Unfortunately, single parents sometimes provide this support without knowing whether or not the other parent is required to provide financial assistance.

Our three lawyers at Van Hooser, Aguirre & Armistead, P.C., have regularly represented both the custodial and noncustodial parent in child support and divorce cases in Prince William County. Their approaches differ for each child support matter because every child has different needs. As seasoned child support attorneys, they understand Virginia’s child support laws and guidelines that often impact decisions made by courts. They are always attentive to your needs.

Factors Considered In Child Support Matters

Before ordering a child support amount, courts will look at:

The gross income for each parent
Each child’s medical needs and expenses
The number of children each parent is responsible for raising
Child custody arrangements
Other considerations may factor in. The bottom line, however, is making certain both parents are doing what is needed in providing for the child and meeting the child’s best interests.

Going Above And Beyond What Is Required

As personable and empathetic attorneys, our lawyers at Van Hooser, Aguirre & Armistead, P.C., get to know your personal situation. They understand the importance of family law cases and do not treat these matters as legal formalities. When representing you in child support cases, they make certain that your voice is heard. It is important for them to clarify the numbers. They will get through the red tape and find the applicable paperwork, including tax records and other evidence of wealth and income.

Beyond that, they will never take their eyes off of what is most important: looking after your best interests. They will provide representation that is honest and of the highest quality.

Please contact Van Hooser, Aguirre & Armistead, P.C., with any child support concerns by calling 703-291-4390.