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Child Support Lawyers in Nashua

Helping You Support Your Child After Divorce

When going through a divorce, no matter how stressful things may get with your spouse, you will still want what is best for your child. Knowing that your child will still be able to live comfortably and enjoy all the little things a child should will give you peace of mind and a sense of direction as your divorce proceeds. To help guarantee your child will be provided care and necessities, family law courts will expect a child support agreement as part of your divorce.

At Bernazzani Law, our Nashua child support attorneys are here to help you reach a child support agreement that protects your child’s best interests. Whether you are the one who is paying or receiving child support, we will work diligently to make certain the result is fair. For more than 25 years, we have been helping people throughout our community resolve their family law disputes with as little stress as possible. We would like to get the chance to see how we can help you through yours as well.

Call Bernazzani Law at (603) 261-2214 to schedule a free initial consultation with our attorneys.

How Do Courts Determine Child Support?

The center of any child support case is, of course, the child. The court is obligated to make a ruling that reflects the child’s best interests. To make things easier on yourself, your spouse, and your child, you should approach your child support case with the same attitude and objective.

What you and the court should consider when assigning child support includes:

  • Financial situations of both parents
  • Predicted cost to raise your child
  • Costs associated with child’s medical care
  • Number of children included in the child support order

In New Hampshire, parents are financially responsible for their children until the child graduates from high school, or turns 18 years of age, whichever occurs later. With this in mind, you should not be surprised if you are ordered to pay child support for years. Furthermore, courts will use established New Hampshire Child Support Guidelines to help determine how much the non-custodial parent pays to the custodial parent. This amount may be adjusted by the court to ensure the payments are fair for the child and parents.

Figure Out Child Support the Easy Way – Call (603) 261-2214

Our Nashua child support attorneys can guide you through every step of the child support process. We are here to make certain both you and your child are treated fairly, in and out of court. There is nothing quite like knowing we did a great job for a family in need. Let us see how we can help guide you to a brighter tomorrow, today.

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Client Testimonials

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What Makes Us Different?

  • Reasonability

    Some attorneys portray themselves as bulldogs. However, being overly aggressive is not always effective. When a fight is necessary, we fight. But when it is clear that a negotiated or mediated solution can yield better results — and the client wants this — we do not hesitate to follow the more fruitful path.

  • Advocacy

    This is another way of saying "we've got your back." Retain our firm, and we will advocate for you in the strongest possible manner. We are dedicated to helping you and your family.

  • Flexibility

    Our training and experience as mediators, negotiators and litigators give us a full suite of options to bring to your legal problem. Whether a court fight or a mutually agreeable solution is in your best interest, we are flexible enough to serve you. We make ourselves available by email, phone and through our helpful and competent staff.

  • Empathy

    We listen to our clients, and we relate to their problems — always providing clients, and their concerns, the time and attention required. We believe that understanding our clients is vital to helping them resolve those problems.

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