Child Support Attorneys
Your Experienced Support Lawyers Wichita, KS
In most cases when a child’s parents are separated, one parent provides the other parent with monthly support payments. Often, attorneys are needed to negotiate a fair agreement.
As a result, the amount of support is dictated by the Kansas Child Support Guidelines. When there has been a material change in circumstances, the Guidelines empower the District Court to modify support.
A material change in circumstances for child support purposes can take many forms. For instance, changes are most commonly seen after a modification of child custody, an increase or decrease in a party’s income, or the mere passage of time. If a material change in circumstances can be shown, the Court will set a new support obligation consistent with the Guidelines.
For more information, please contact the attorneys of Wagle & Turley for a consultation.