Child Support and Modification Agreements
in West Virginia
Experience You Can Trust for Your Child Support Matters in WV
The attorneys of Stroebel & Johnson, PLLC have the experience you need to handle child support matters and modification agreements. After handling hundreds of child custody and support cases, we feel this experience gives us direct knowledge on the importance of providing adequate support for every child. Stroebel & Johnson understand the emotional struggle that families go through when working out the details of child support situations. Call Stroebel & Johnson, PLLC today at (304) 553-0660 in Charleston, or (304) 520-0832 in Lewisburg, or contact us online to review your child support matter with us. Schedule your free consultation today.
Help with Child Support Matters, Changes, and Modification Agreements
Our experience with child support matters in West Virginia gives us the insight to offer sound advice in negotiating support matters while protecting the rights of the children and parents. We recognize it often takes a lot to provide adequate child support and that there are different life changes that can affect a parent’s ability to provide support over time. Stroebel & Johnson is here to assist you with:
West Virginia Child Support and Custody Matters – Legal Terms
Legal child custody includes the rights to make decisions regarding a child, or to obtain certain state or federal benefits. Residential custody relates to the place where a child may be living most of the time. West Virginia is a shared parenting state, which means the Court will determine a parenting schedule for the parents. This parenting plan is either called “basic shared” or “extended shared,” depending on the number of overnights with the non-custodial parent.
Modifications to Support Agreements in West Virginia
Once a divorce matter is final, it often means that at some point in the future one parent or the other will need to revisit and renegotiate the support agreement. Stroebel & Johnson, PLLC recognizes that family circumstances can be dynamic. Arrangements and agreements regarding child support, custody, and visitation may need to be adjusted, or modified, throughout the years. In the case of support agreements, it is helpful to know from time to time that the legal agreements accurately reflect the current situation. Is the amount of child support enough? Does the child engage in educational or health-related activities that require additional support or funding? Are there any other situations related to his or her life that necessitate renegotiating the support agreement? Reviewing these support modification matters with an attorney can provide your child or children with the adequate amount of support and adjustments based on existing circumstances.
Stroebel & Johnson PLLC Supports Families & Children in West Virginia
The process of a family separating in divorce in West Virginia can be difficult for children to comprehend, so we work with care and compassion to safeguard the best interests of your children. You can rely on our experience to ensure the safety, protection, and happiness of the children in your family.