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Child Custody Dispute Lawyer in Nevada

At the Kainen Law Group, we have seen virtually every child support case scenario under the sun. We have seen noncustodial fathers who volunteer to pay far more than their fair share in child support just because they want to. We have seen mothers seek more than their share, unfairly, just because they want to. No matter what the situation, however, when a child support matter falls into disagreement, the paying party wants to pay less, and the receiving party wants to receive more.

These days in Nevada, courts treat men and women equally in the divorce process. Regardless if you’re a father or a mother, you may end up needing to pay child support to the custodial parent. The custodial parent is the one with whom the children live the majority of the time. The amount of child support the noncustodial parent is required to pay will depend on his or her income. It will also depend on the quality of life enjoyed by the children during the course of the marriage.

Nevada courts look at a variety of factors when determining child support obligations. Those factors include the current income and savings of the noncustodial parent and the custodial parent. They also include the number of children. The court will look at this information — combined with the judge’s opinion — to award a child support amount that is fair and equitable for all parties involved.

If you are in the throes of a child custody dispute in Nevada, seeking counsel from a qualified family law attorney can help you protect your legal rights. An attorney can evaluate your family’s situation to advocate for a resolution that treats you and your children fairly.

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