Child Support

Oregon’s laws require that parents financially support their children. In some circumstances, parents must support college age adults under 21 if they meet certain requirements. Child support issues can come up in divorce cases, custody cases, paternity cases, and modifications of preexisting support orders. The Oregon Division of Child Support put together a calculator for child support which can be viewed here. The number produced by the formula is presumed to be correct, there are many “rebuttal” factors that may affect the final support amount.

The lawyers at Stephens & Margolin LLP  will work with you to make sure that all of the factors that can result in the best child support award for you and your children are properly addressed.