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Clarksville Child Support Lawyers

Fight for the Financial Support Your Child Needs

As parents, your greatest concern for your child is giving them what they need to be their best. In cases of divorced parents, child support can become a point of contention that hurts their ability to thrive. At Goble & Yow Attorneys, PLLC, we help our clients fight for the full and fair support their family needs. Our Clarksville family law attorneys bring over 35 combined years of experience to each case we take, giving us the in-depth knowledge and insights to craft an effective legal strategy that gets results. Call today and schedule a free consultation about your child support case.

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What Are the State’s Requirements?

In Tennessee, each parent is expected to help with child support. The idea is the child should still be able to enjoy the same quality of life as they would have were their parents still together. Based on the Income Shares Model, each parent is expected to add together their total incomes and divide the support amount by how much time the child spends with either parent.

Child support payments may take into account such costs as:

  • Housing
  • Food
  • Transportation
  • Education fees
  • Health insurance
  • Childcare expenses

Sometimes, a parent may argue that they are not liable for certain expenses. Having experienced Clarksville child support attorneys on your side can help you protect the child’s interests by making effective use of the law. Our team knows how to negotiate where possible and fight when necessary. Let us help you through your case.

Can Support Be Adjusted or Modified?

Just because a judge ordered a support obligation years ago does not mean the amount is still fair. In many cases, a parent’s situation has changed to where they either do not need to receive as much support or can no longer pay the amount.

Some situations where a modification might be necessary include:

  • Significant income change of at least 15%
  • Child’s medical needs change in a major way
  • Both parents agree to modify the amount

If you think your child support payment amounts should change, call Goble & Yow Attorneys, PLLC to get a clear picture of how to proceed with your case.

Call (931) 283-2311 now to schedule your free consultation with Goble & Yow Attorneys, PLLC.

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