Are you in need of an experienced, aggressive, and affordable Michigan Child Support/Family Attorney? Are you not receiving the financial support necessary to properly care for your children?  Contact the lawyers at The Cromer Law Group PLLC (248) 809-6790 for a FREE initial consultation or visit:  www.thecromerlawgroup.com.  

Michigan Child Support Attorneys:  Few people would suggest being a parent is easy and the financial obligations are certainly not insignificant. This feat is especially difficult when there is only one parent being the primary provider and caregiver. If two parents are not raising their children together, one can be expected to pay support to the other parent. Whether you are worried about child support payments consuming your income or not receiving enough child support, an experienced lawyer can help assist you in pursuing the best legal options available.  This may require that an attorney to file a motion to show cause the non-paying parent.  If the custodial parent believes that he/she is entitled to an increase or decrease in child support payments, then a motion seeking to modify the child support order may be necessary.

The Michigan child support attorneys at The Cromer Law Group PLLC, located in the heart of downtown Detroit, have significant experience representing clients with child support, custody, visitation and other divorce or family law related issues throughout Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties, including most of southern Michigan. Contact one of our “Detroit Aggressive” lawyers today for a free consultation. Know your rights regarding Modifying and Enforcing Michigan Child Support Law. Under Michigan Child Support laws, when child support is determined, it is based on current circumstances. As time passes, child support payments may need to be modified. A significant increase or decrease in either parent’s income can warrant a modification in child support. In addition, a child’s changing needs can also necessitate a change in child support payments. For example, if a child goes to college, child support obligations may be extended, so both parents share the responsibility of the college expenses. Although child support decrees are binding legal agreements, we know some people do not allows follow the rules. To best support our clients, we also handle the following support matters:

  • Establishing child support guidelines
  • Child support enforcement
  • Child support recovery
  • Challenging child support actions

If you need help creating, modifying or enforcing child support orders, or want to discuss other related family law issues in confidence, we can help protect your rights throughout the process. Contact a lawyer at our firm to discuss your best legal strategies and options either online or call 313-965-6633 (office) or 313-213-5875 (24-hours) to schedule your free telephone consultation with an experienced divorce attorney. We accept all major credit cards and have weekend and evening appointments available.  You may also contact us by email or visit our full website at http://www.thecromerlawgroup.com or you may also “Like Us” on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/thecromerlawgroup.

The Michigan child support attorneys at The Cromer Law Group, PLLC proudly represent Divorce, Criminal, Civil, Family, Business, Personal Injury and Wrongful Death, Police Brutality, and Employment clients from the following areas: Detroit, Southfield, Farmington Hills, Lathrup Village, Pontiac, Troy, Ferndale, Warren, Grand Rapids, Muskegon, Lansing, Port Huron, Oak Park, Redford, Grosse Pointe, Battle Creek, Kalamazoo, Bloomfield Hills, West Bloomfield, Rochester, Auburn Hills, Clarkston, Birmingham, Novi, Flint, Ann Arbor, Mt. Clemens, Livonia, St. Clair Shores, Flint, Saginaw, Jackson, Inkster, Dearborn, Dearborn Heights, including all persons residing in Wayne County, Oakland County, Macomb County, Wastenaw County, Gennesee County, Monroe County, Ingham County, Jackson County, St. Clair County, Saginaw County, Livingston County, Lenawaee County and all other Michigan counties. back to top.

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