THE EXPERIENCE AND CARE YOU NEED FOR PERSONAL INJURY AND FAMILY LAW MATTERS
The Right Child Support And Custody Agreement For You
Child custody and support matters frequently involve contentious disputes. Both parents often believe that they know what’s best for their child, which can cause conflict if the parties disagree.
That is where Todd & Dossett, P.C., can help. Our lawyers represent both single and divorcing parents in family legal matters involving child support and custody. Even if your circumstances are complicated, we have the experience to help you reach your goals.
Tennessee Child Support Guidelines
Tennessee child support guidelines try to minimize the economic impact on children whose parents have separated. Many factors such as medical care, child care and education costs will be considered for both parties. However, determining a parent’s financial responsibility to their child is often more complex than filling out paperwork and applying guidelines. Let our attorneys can guide you through the process to determine your financial commitment.
Reaching A Child Custody Agreement That Works
The more you strive to keep things amicable between you and your former partner, the better it will be for your child. Together, we will work hard to keep your case out of the courtroom if possible and help you determine orders surrounding:
- Primary and physical custody
- Visitation schedules
- Parenting plans/parenting time
If you believe your child’s other parent inaccurately reported his or her income and expenses, or you have other unusual circumstances, call us today. Our firm can stand up for you and your child’s interests before a judge, helping the judge to see why deviating from the guidelines may be necessary.
Solutions Start With An Initial Consultation
Whether you are a mother who wishes to maintain a steady relationship with your child or a father who wants to assert his custodial rights, we can help. To arrange a consultation to discuss your child custody goals, call 423-245-1111 or use our online contact form.