In a child support case, it's important to protect your rights to get an appropriate resolution. New York law has guidelines for the amount of child support to be paid by the noncustodial parent to the custodial parent. Based on the circumstances, the courts may vary on this. We'll help you understand what to expect during the course of your case.
At Becker & Becker Attorneys at Law of Albany, we understand the ever-changing laws and guidelines surrounding child support. Our experienced attorneys will be by your side and will provide you with the best information on child custody and support.
Deviations from the guidelines
Child support over the cap
Out-of-state child support orders