We specialize in child support matters, advocating for fair and equitable arrangements that prioritize your child's best interests.
Child support consists of three types of expenditures: basic support, medical care, and child care. In Mississippi, support ends when the child turns 21 unless otherwise specified in the child support court order, or if the child has special needs, joins the military, or is convicted of a felony and has to serve 2 or more years. The office of Amanda Todd Daniels has the expertise to help you in all areas of child support, including:
The amount of support paid by the non-custodial parent is calculated from the parent's adjusted gross income. The court may adjust this amount based on statutory criteria, and also may order payment of costs not considered covered by the child support award for items such as health insurance, college expenses, and uncovered medical expenses. Our experienced legal team to guide you through this process to be sure all options are considered.
Modification of child support orders can occur throughout the time the child is receiving support if there is a change in circumstances such as changes in employment, changes in daycare or health care costs, or changes in parenting time. Enforcement of child support orders can be accomplished in different ways, including contempt actions. Our attorneys are qualified to discuss these matters with you whether you are the party receiving or paying child support.
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