Child Support And Custody: How Does It Work?
When children are involved in divorce proceedings, it is our top priority to make these as seamlessly as we possibly can. Sjoberg Law Office, P.A., looks out for not only your best interests but also your children’s best interests. We have worked with clients throughout Minnesota for two decades.
From Paternity To Visitation, We Provide Solutions
For children born outside of a marriage, the father has no legal rights until the establishment of paternity is determined. This means no right to parenting time or custody. Until paternity is determined, the mother cannot collect child support. It is important to note that once paternity is determined, this cannot be contested, and the father will be responsible for his share of the responsibility for the child. No matter what situation your family finds itself in, we can help you find answers.
We are also ready to assist the custodial or noncustodial parent with any parenting time/visitation disputes. Whether it is modifying an existing court order that is already in place or making a temporary order, our experienced firm can help. We know it is important for a child to see both parents, and we will do what is possible to reach an agreement that works for both parties while looking out for the child’s well-being, both physical and emotional. We also help clients navigating divorce.
Don’t Wait Any Longer; Call Today
More often than not, these cases are emotional and time-consuming. We can help you through this process from beginning to end and do so efficiently. To schedule a consultation, call our office in Ham Lake at 763-310-1375 today. You can also fill out our contact form online so that we can be in touch with you as soon as possible.