Michigan child support is based on a formula. I will take the time to explain the formula and help you understand your child support obligations. There are several factors that affect each parent's child support obligation, including custody and visitation, insurance coverage, and other factors.
In addition, we also assist clients who have experienced a significant change of circumstances that can affect child support obligations, including remarriage, child emancipation, significant change in income, and other factors. We can help you request a post-divorce child support modification. It is important to note, that although your situation may have significantly changed, your original obligations remain until a judge agrees to modify the child support obligation. Typically, the child support modification will not include past child support.
We also assist clients with child support collection issues, including representing clients who have not received child support and clients accused of failing to meet their child support obligations.