The guidelines used by judges to determine child support was changed by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on August 1, 2013. The advantages of these new guidelines are that they give judges more discretion and as well flexibility compared to the old guidelines that relied basically on a mathematical formula to get to a support number. Our firm advocates that this new change should assist judges in minimizing the impact of tax on families and as well create a fairer result.
We can bring to your understanding what to present to the court so that you can obtain child support order that will protect your rights. Not only that, our firm will also assist you with other family law issues that will guarantee the safety and financial stability of your children and they include alimony, child custody, child support, and visitation.
The truth is every parent out there wants to ensure he/she does what is right for the children, and making sure the financial needs of these children are met is the primary goal in every child support case. Our firm understands the stress, difficulties parents go through and how hard they strive to fend for these children and even themselves.
Massachusetts Child Support Guidelines