Stein Sperling’s attorneys have extensive experience negotiating and litigating child support arrangements, helping clients accurately determine the needs of their children and each parent’s appropriate income. Our goal in child support matters is to help our clients develop plans that will provide their children the resources and support they need from both parents.

Once we have helped our clients establish child support, we can enforce child support orders or modify them when material changes impact our client’s or their ex-spouse’s ability to comply. As with custody agreements, child support modifications can occur when parents experience changes in income or when the needs of the children change. Modifications are also sought when parents with multiple children see an older child graduate from high school or turn 18.