San Antonio Child Support Attorneys
Cases disputing who should receive the custody of children are never easy. Every parent wants to provide a stable and healthy environment for their child, but sometimes creating such an environment means dissolving the stability of a marriage between the two parents. This is often the case of many custody cases, where the separation of two parents is a better decision in the long run than the child living in an unhappy household with both parents. These cases are difficult and emotional for all parties, but the interest of the child should absolutely be prioritized above all else. In order to do this, the court will likely require the party who is not actively caring for the child to pay support. This will often be used to supplement the income of the other parent to ensure that all the needs of the child, including housing, food, education, and clothing, are met.
Given the potential adverse effects that lack of child support could have on a child, physically and developmentally, it is imperative to ensure each child receives sufficient financial and emotional support from each parent. Here at Higdon, Hardy & Zuflacht, our experienced team of San Antonio child support attorneys are dedicated to ensuring both parents understand how serious the responsibility of caring for their child is, no matter the role designated by the court and regardless of who has primary physical custody. Whether you’re concerned that your co-parent is using your child support appropriately or you need legal assistance to receive child support in any amount, we can help.
Our Child Support Practice Areas
We understand that your case is bound to be unique and we tailor our services to fit your needs. Our efficient services allow for any painful moments to come to pass as quickly and smoothly as possible, as we want as little stress to you and your child as possible. At Higdon, Hardy & Zuflacht, we are highly dedicated to providing a variety of child support-specific services for our clients, including help with:
- Unpaid child support
- Underpaid child support
- Changes in parental income requiring a change in child support
- Misuse of child support by the receiving parent
- Concerns that the child’s needs are not met with current support
Please contact us, even if you are unsure if your highly specific situation is covered in our practice areas, as these are only a few of our services, and we can potentially provide you with the information and expertise you need in this trying time.
A child support issue is almost always urgent and requires proper care and attention, ensuring that any unmet needs of a child are quickly and effectively remedied. Such issues are often complicated and may feel overwhelming for parents that are looking out for the best interest of their child. We understand your concerns at Higdon, Hardy & Zuflacht and will fight for the rights of you and your child in a compassionate and prompt manner. To speak with a knowledgeable San Antonio child support lawyer today, please contact us at (210) 306-4471 today.