Child Support Lawyer
Regardless of whether you will be paying or receiving child support, it is important that your child support order be fair and based on accurate information. Under Utah law, the court will issue an order for child support based on the Utah Child Support Guidelines. That calculation takes into account factors including each parent’s income, the amount of time the child spends with each parent under the custody and visitation orders, each party’s contributions the costs of health insurance for the child, an d other factors.
- If Both Parents Share Custody, Does Anyone Pay Child Support?
- What Happens If The Other Parent Fails To Pay Child Support?
Domestic attorney Kelly Peterson advocates and advises during child support proceedings, seeing that both parents’ incomes are accurately represented and client’s resources are maximized. Child support lawyer Kelly Peterson will look carefully at the average income of the parents, taking into account any applicable commissions, overtime and bonuses, as well as the most economical arrangement regarding health insurance premiums for the child.
If you are in the process of selecting an attorney to represent you during child support proceedings we invite you to e-mail us or call our office at (801) 616-3301.