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Know Your Child Support Rights & Obligations

 

In Washington State, minimum child support is determined according to prescribed calculations. These include factors such as each parent’s income, debt obligations, and the terms of the legal and physical custody awarded to the parents. Parents can agree for additional child support to meet specific needs of the children, such as special educational requirements, health care, and sports. If child support becomes a concern in your pending divorce or paternity action in the South Puget Sound area, call to speak with an attorney at Cordes Brandt, PLLC, in Olympia. Our child support lawyers bring together decades of knowledge to ensure that your rights and financial interests are protected throughout your case.

Child Support Modification Attorneys

We also represent clients on both sides of child support modification petitions. Can you no longer meet the obligations of your support order, or feel that the modification petition should be denied? We can help you find a reasonable solution that protects your child’s welfare, as well as your rights.

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Child Support Modification Attorneys

We also represent clients on both sides of child support modification petitions. If you can no longer meet the obligations of your support order, or feel that the modification petition should be denied, we can help you find a reasonable solution that protects your child’s welfare, as well as your rights.

Child support is a recurring payment that must be set correctly.

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914 Seventh Avenue SE, Olympia, WA 98501

shelley@cordesbrandt.com

360-357-7793

866-529-3590

360-753-7075

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