Knowledgeable Child Support Representation
The complexity of a divorce or legal separation is amplified when children are involved. When the well-being of your children is on the line, consult an experienced Connecticut child support attorney.
We offer experienced advocacy tempered with sound judgment without increasing complexity. Family law attorney David Kelly
has years of experience pursuing favorable resolutions through negotiation, divorce mediation and litigation. He is a skilled family law attorney focused on protecting your children's best interests.
Protecting Your Best Interests In Child Support Matters
Financial concerns combined with questions about your child's future can quickly cause emotions to flair in divorce proceedings. At Spellman, Kelly & Fanous, we understand the sensitive nature of child support. We will work with you to address all of your legal concerns so you are not left in the dark. Child support payments are usually paid monthly to the custodial parent until the child turns 18. The amount of child support the noncustodial parent will pay is based on a Connecticut family law formula taking into consideration specific factors, including:
- Each parent's income level
- Amount of time the child spends with each parent
- Child's educational and medical needs
- Child support payments made to other children
Child support payments can be modified based on significant changes in either parent's income. Job promotion or loss affects that calculation.