Child support in Arkansas is determined by a formula that is primarily income-based. Simple enough, right?
Wrong. For any formula to turn out a correct answer, it must be provided with accurate information. Child support is no exception.
At Worsham Law Firm, P.A., our attorneys have been helping mothers and fathers navigate Arkansas child support laws for more than three decades. We can help you resolve issues you may not even be aware of yet.
Full-Service Child Support Representation
Legal matters relating to child support are complex and can involve a broad range of issues, including:
- A former spouse stops paying child support or does not make full payments, resulting in payments that are in arrears and, potentially, contempt of court charges.
- Child support payments become unaffordable or were too large or small from the start and need to be modified.
- Child support modification is needed due to relocation, job loss, a change in income or another material change.
- Child support payments need to be modified because a child turns 18 or because child custody has changed.
From establishing and enforcing a child support plan that makes sense for your children to modifying an existing plan that no longer meets their needs, we can help you with all of your child support matters.
Put A Proven Lawyer On Your Side
If you have questions regarding child support, contact our office in Little Rock.
We offer an initial consultation, are available for weekend and evening appointments, and accept all major credit cards, including American Express.