Best Interests of the Child

After the child custody portion of a divorce has been resolved, the next step is determining child support.
How much will be required depends on such factors as:

The relative incomes of each spouse.

The number of children in the family.

Existing child support obligations

The amount of time the children spend with each parent

I am ready to represent parents on both sides of child support issues in Hillsborough and Pinellas County. My support starts with educating you about the formula used to calculate child support and all of the factors that will be considered in your case. I will also be a passionate advocate for you in making certain that a fair and accurate accounting of these factors is considered in your case.

For aggressive child support representation, contact attorney Cynthia Hernandez today. You may also call us at 813-841-2933 to schedule an initial consultation about your child support issues.

Child Support Involving High-Income Parents

At a certain income level for high-net-worth couples, the standard child support formula stops working. While there are rules related to what is called good fortune child support, these situations allow me more of an opportunity to creatively pursue your needs. As your attorney, you can be certain that I will work hard to pursue a fair outcome.
My practice also includes resolving paternity issues and helping custodial and noncustodial parents who have had significant changes in need or income to obtain modifications to existing child support orders.
Contact My Office To Discuss Your Support Order Modification

Contact our office or call me at 813-841-2933 to set up a meeting to discuss your child support and divorce case. I am available to serve people in Tampa, St. Petersburg, Clearwater, Florida