Monmouth County Child Support Enforcement Attorneys
During a divorce in which children are involved, children will usually live primarily with one parent. Because of this, the non-primary custodial parent will likely be required to pay child support to the other parent in order to cover costs related to raising the child. Child support payments are often essential to the parent who is supposed to receive them. Thus, if a spouse refuses to pay them, it can be devastating and make it extremely difficult to care for a child and pay for everyday expenses. However, you can take action to legally enforce child support payments, getting you the financial support that is needed to provide for your child.
If you have been through divorce and are not receiving the child support that you and your spouse agreed upon, you may need legal intervention to get these payments as you deserve. Contact the experienced Monmouth County child support enforcement attorneys of the Law Office of Andrew A. Bestafka, Esq., today by calling us at (732) 898-2378, and we can discuss your options with you.
Why Support is Necessary
Parents often need child support for a variety of reasons. For instance, these payments often help support the financial needs of a child, such as:
- Costs of education
- Medical care costs
- Everyday costs of living
- Food / physical care costs
All of these can cost a lot of money, and many single parents cannot afford to pay for them without the child support payments that they are legally due. Therefore, an enforcement attorney might be the perfect solution if you need help getting child support payments.
If you have not been receiving child support payments as per your divorce agreement, contact a diligent and dedicated Monmouth County child support enforcement lawyer of Law Office of Andrew A. Bestafka, Esq., today at (732) 898-2378. We can go over your options with you and help you pursue the child support that you may be owed.