Child Support Lawyers

Child Support in Alabama

Child Support Attorneys in Huntsville | Crumbley-Blackwell & Associates, P.C.

In the State of Alabama, if a child's parents do not live together (whether they are divorced or have never been married) and the child spends more time with one parent than the other, the other parent is held responsible for paying child support to the primary caregiver. Child support in Alabama is calculated using a complex formula, providing assistance to the parent with legal custody. This complex formula can be explained to you in detail by a child support lawyer from our team.

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Child support issues should not be ignored, whether you are ordered to pay support or you are the recipient of support. We can help your child get the financial support that they are entitled to. Regardless of how grim your situation may seem, we have helped hundreds of clients in situations similar to yours. Our compassionate family law attorneys have been guiding couples through the complicated and stressful process of child support and child custody for decades. We have hundreds of satisfied clients and have received many awards, including an AV-Preeminent Rating from Martindale Hubbell, an A+ Rating from the Better Business Bureau, among others. For a full list of awards, and to learn more about our firm - visit our firm overview page.

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