Child support is determined by guidelines set forth by the state legislature. The guidelines take into account each parent's income and the number of children to be supported in calculating a child support amount. Sometimes, establishing the income of one, or both, of the parents, presents a problem when the parent is self-employed, sporadically employed, or operates a cash business. The O'Hara, Taylor, Sloan & Cassidy attorneys know how to properly investigate and document income in these situations.
Our attorneys not only help parents establish child custody, parenting time plans, and child support, we also assist with modification or enforcement of plans when circumstances change, such as the increase or decrease of income of a parent or relocation of one parent. Kentucky requires the relocating parent to follow specific steps prior to a move taking place. Our attorneys can assist the relocating parent or a parent who objects to the relocation.
Family Law is a complicated field in which many variables must be taken into consideration. We can help make the process easier. Don't go through this alone. Contact our office by phone or e-mail to schedule your initial consultation and learn more about how our attorneys can help.