Key Aspects of Child Support Laws Explained by Anderson Hunter Law Firm In Recent Article

Child support laws and cases are unwrapped in a clear, understandable article newly released from Anderson Hunter Law Firm.

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Child support cases can arise from many family law cases, such as issues of paternity, non-parental custody, parenting plan modifications, and relocation.

Seattle, WA (PRWEB) August 15, 2014

A recently released article by Anderson Hunter Family Law Firm peels back the legal-speak from child support laws in Washington state, clearly explaining the basics of child support calculation, enforcement, and modification.

Parents considering or in the middle of divorce, or those struggling through a paternity or custody determination, will find the article helpful. As Anderson Hunter Law Firm points out in the article, there are other family law situations that involve child support issues as well.

“Child support cases are not simply confined to children involved in their parents’ divorce,” explains Anderson Hunter Law Firm, “Child support cases can arise from many other family law cases, such as issues of paternity, non-parental custody, parenting plan modifications, and relocation.”

For more information regarding Anderson Hunter Law Firms’ services on child support, support modification, and support enforcement, visit their website: http://www.andersonhunterlaw.com/personal/family_law

Because of the complexity of some child support cases, especially those involving situations in which one or both parents are unemployed, underemployed, a business owner, or receive irregular income, child support cases can be charged with high emotions.

Anderson Hunter Law Firm acknowledges these difficulties and the emotional strain that can sometimes accompany them.

“[We] have had the privilege of representing hundreds of clients with varying child support situations. We are experienced in not only establishing child support, but also modifying and adjusting existing child support obligations and enforcing child support obligations.”

Read Anderson Hunter’s most recent article for knowledgeable information from experienced family law attorneys that can help you understand key aspects of child support, support modification, and support enforcement cases. Anderson Hunter Family Law has represented both those filing for support enforcement as well as those defending against it.

About The Family Law Department at Anderson Hunter Law Firm:
The attorneys in the Family Law Department at the Anderson Hunter Law Firm, G. Geoffrey Gibbs and Laurie Ummel, have decades of legal experience and are well-recognized within their field. They routinely handle all types of family law issues including divorce, child custody, relocation, parenting plans, child support, non-parental custody actions, adoptions and more. The Family Law Department at Anderson Hunter is one of the pre-eminent and most respected firms in the field in the Northwest, most often handling cases in Snohomish, Skagit, Island, San Juan and selective King County cases. Take advantage of a free consultation and call to make an appointment with Geoff or Laurie today.


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