California law requires the calculation of guideline child support that is presumed to be the correct child support sum. The calculation is based on a parent’s net disposable income after the gross monthly income is input along with the number of children, the timeshare of each parent, and other distinct categories that are entered into a computerized system. The most common system is the DissoMaster. There are considerations of your overall finances and how the net income is determined. This is where an experienced child support attorney is necessary. Karen S. Brown has extensive experience and understanding of these financial matters and how they relate to support.
A parent may experience a change in his or her life’s circumstances. A loss of employment or an increase in compensation may require modification. The acquisition of assets can trigger the need for a review and recalculation of a party’s income. Karen S. Brown is well versed in these issues and can provide the necessary legal experience to review these financial matters and how best to present them to the Judge.
With an experienced family law attorney behind you who has a thorough understanding of the complex financial issues and the need for accurate valuations, you will have the ability to present and support your claims with confidence. Make sure your child support lawyer knows how the courts rule in child support cases. Contact the Law Office of Karen S. Brown to arrange an opportunity to discuss your child support concerns.
Attorney Karen S. Brown focuses on providing her clients with quality representation. She ensures that you are well informed about your case and emphasizes hands-on communication with you to strategize an effective approach to the issues. When recommended, she will access a knowledgeable database of professionals for you to engage as qualified experts to support your claims. Contact her office to schedule a conference.
We are serving the following Southland areas:
Westside and beach communities
San Fernando and San Gabriel Valleys