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Achieving Your Child And Spousal Support Goals

At Robert R. Hart, Jr., Attorney at Law, we represent clients and provide legal services in all types of matters relating to child support and spousal support. With over 30 years’ experience in family law cases, we provide exceptional legal representation in matters involving you and your children.

Contact us today to schedule a free consultation. We can answer your questions about child support and spousal support and discuss how we can help you achieve your goals. In the meantime, please continue reading for more information on child support and spousal support in Ohio.

Child Support That Meets Your Children’s Needs

In Ohio, statutory guidelines determine child support levels. These guidelines are based on parents’ incomes, the residency time of the child, certain expenses and other factors. In most cases, we at Robert R. Hart, Jr., Attorney at Law can quickly tell you what amount of support you can expect to receive or pay — and then go to court and obtain a child support order in an efficient manner.

Some child support matters can be complex and require more effort to resolve — for example, when a parent is self-employed or trying to hide income. We can represent you in these and other complex child support matters.

When a significant change occurs in income, custody arrangements or the needs of a child, we can go to court to obtain a support modification. In most cases, we can obtain a modification in child support quickly, efficiently and affordably.

Spousal Support That Meets Your Needs

Depending on your situation, spousal support (also called alimony) may not be required. Usually support is required following long-term marriages, when a spouse is disabled or when the court sees a need for one spouse to receive temporary support. Divorcing spouses are free to reach a settlement that includes support payments, but you should know that spousal support is taxable for the receiver and tax-deductible for the payer.

At Robert R. Hart, Jr., Attorney at Law, we have extensive experience dealing with all types of spousal support issues, including tax aspects. We can help you make the right decisions about spousal support and then work efficiently to achieve your goals.

Free Consultation With A Lawyer

For a free initial consultation with Robert R. Hart, Jr., Attorney at Law in Cincinnati, call 866-302-0981 or contact us online.