Montgomery County Child Support Attorneys
Ensure Your Children Are Properly Cared For
When couples decide to part ways, disputes can quickly become emotional — especially if children are involved. Our goal is to help clients make informed legal decisions to protect their assets and their children's futures without getting lost in emotionally draining quarrels. As skilled Montgomery County child support lawyers, you can rest assured that we will be here to help as much as we can.
Concerned a divorce is looming? You need an experienced lawyer to advocate for your needs and those of your children. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.
Extensive Experience Handling Child Support
For more than 30 years, the attorneys of Solomon, Berschler, Campbell & Thomas, P.C. have provided compassionate legal support to families in Montgomery County and throughout Southeastern Pennsylvania. We have successfully resolved hundreds of child support disputes and understand the complexities involved in these difficult cases.
During an initial consultation, our attorneys will clearly explain the mathematical formula used to determine child support.
We walk clients through each factor, such as:
- The number of children
- The income level of each parent
- The children's health care needs
- How much time each child spends in the custody of each parent
We may consult forensic accountants to account for any hidden assets. Our attorneys also work closely with them to calculate the income level of self-employed business owners by determining the value of non-cash assets.
Helping Clients Modify Divorce Agreements
Our attorneys take a holistic approach by advocating their needs and longer-term goals to make sure their divorce agreement protects them. Naturally, situations change, and your divorce agreement and child support order might need to be adjusted.
We will fight to make sure the divorce agreement reflects your current needs, when situations change, such as:
- You lost your job and can provide daycare
- A new job opportunity prompted you to relocate
- A child turned 19 and no longer needs child support
- Your ex-spouse met court requirements and seeks more custody time
We also have extensive experience enforcing divorce agreements if your spouse has failed to pay child support.