Child support is intended to meet the needs of children. In many cases, child support is calculated by a statutory formula that takes into account the physical custodial arrangement between parents, gross monthly income and the number of children involved.
Individuals with significant income should know Nevada places a cap on child support, known as a presumptive maximum. This means, if the income of a noncustodial parent exceeds the cap, that parent's child support obligation is limited to the presumptive maximum.
If you are in the midst of a child support dispute or you have another concern related to child support, the Standish Naimi Law Group can provide the guidance you need to ensure that your child support arrangements meet the standards under Nevada law.
Extensive Experience With Child Support Matters | Highly Personalized Service
At Standish Naimi Law Group, based in Summerlin, we practice only in family law, and we remain committed to protecting the rights and interests of our clients. We have extensive experience with all types of Nevada child support matters. Our lawyers offer highly personalized service and strong representation in child support matters involving:
- Deviation factors that may include the cost of private school, travel costs, medical costs, medical insurance and other expenses
- Joint physical custody, which involves a different formula for calculating support
- Modification of existing child support orders when circumstances have changed
- Temporary child support during the child custody dispute
Every child support matter is different. As your attorneys, we will handle your case carefully, protect your interests and fight for your rights when necessary. We will answer your questions as they arise and keep you apprised of all important developments in your case.