Las Vegas Family Law
Child Support In Nevada
For divorce cases that involve children nothing should be more important than the welfare of children and no other element of a divorce can have
as many far reaching consequences. Armand Fried believes thorough preparation and presentation of relevant child custody
matters are the most important part of a family law attorney's job and are essential for the courts to make appropriate rulings on behalf of his clients.
Nevada law establishes child support guidelines that employ the "percentage of gross monthly income" approach. The amount of child support depends
upon the type of child custody (legal/physical), the relative income of the parties, medical insurance and expenses and a variety of other factors. Child support issues
become more complex with joint physical custody, split child custody, blended families and subsequent marriage cases. Experienced legal representation is crucial for the courts
to have adequate knowledge of the facts when making fair and appropriate rulings on child support orders.
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