As a parent, you do everything in your power to make sure your children are properly provided for. When you are separated or divorced from your child’s other parent, there will come a time when you are faced with child support issues such as paying, receiving, or establishing an initial child support amount, or modifying and enforcing an existing child support order.
In most cases, child support in Maryland is determined by the child support guidelines which are written into Maryland law. The guidelines are helpful in making sure that you and your children’s other parent have enough money to meet your own needs and to provide for your children.
At the Law Office of Shelly M. Ingram, our child support attorneys work with you to ensure that everything is properly calculated based on all relevant information, including child care and health care expenses. Under some circumstances, it’s appropriate to deviate from the guidelines in determining child support. If that’s true in your case, we’ll present the court with the information necessary to determine an appropriate child support amount.
Whether you are divorcing, are not married to your child’s other parent and need to establish child support, or need to modify an existing child support order, our attorneys can assist you with this important financial issue. We are experienced litigators and negotiators who will help you resolve your Maryland child support matter as amicably as possible, but will forcefully advocate on behalf of you and your children when needed. Our goal, like yours, is to make sure your children receive the support they deserve.
Whatever the particulars of your child support matter, Shelly Ingram offers the legal skill and experience necessary to help reach a resolution that works for your family. Call us at (301) 658-7354 or contact us through our website to schedule a consultation at our family law office located just outside Columbia, MD in the Maple Lawn business district of Fulton. We look forward to working with you.
To learn more, we invite you to explore our Frequently Asked Questions about Maryland child support.