Child Support Lawyer In Los Angeles
We Put Your Child’s Interests First
Under California law, child support obligations are primarily determined by looking at two specific factors: the income of both parents and the amount of parenting time allocated to each parent. Notwithstanding the seemingly uniform approach to the calculation of child support, it is imperative that your Los Angeles child support attorney know and understand the intricacies of calculating child support. However, we understand that the child support formula involves more than just the mere input of numbers.
Meyer, Olson, Lowy & Meyers has extensive experience representing high net worth parents with child support issues. We ensure that the court considers all relevant factors, including tax implications, high-income earner status, earning capacity and imputation of earnings in order to properly calculate child support according to the requirements of California law. When considering the security of your child, you need the best child support lawyer Los Angeles has available. Contact us today to schedule a consultation.
A Personalized Strategy For You And Your Child
We have offices conveniently located in Century City and Orange County.
Meyer, Olson, Lowy & Meyers have been providing effective divorce representation in cases involving complex issues of child support, child custody and visitation rights since 1995. Contact us for a consultation.
In addition to pairing you with the ideal Los Angeles family law attorney for your specific set of circumstances, we also work with a network of nationally recognized forensic accountants and financial experts to ensure that all financial facts are clearly and persuasively presented in order to obtain the most favorable support award for you and your child. At Meyer, Olson, Lowy & Meyers, we put the current and future well-being of your child at the top of our priorities.
We represent clients of high net worth in family law cases involving:
- Complex divorce, high-asset divorce
- Child support calculations
- Child custody and visitation rights
- Financial asset characterization and valuation
- Child support issues involving contested adoption
- Tax issues relating to child support obligations
- Child support matters involving nonmarital relationships
- Paternity obligations and rights
- Custodial child move-aways
- Uniform Child Custody Jurisdictional Enforcement Act (UCCJEA)