After a divorce, a spouse might require financial support before they are able to become financially stable on their own. The outcome of a divorce will determine if alimony payments must be made, how much and how often. If you are seeking alimony or wish to refute alimony claims from your spouse, trust alimony attorney N. Patterson PA to fight for your best interests.
Call attorney Patterson today at 407-513-4010 for a free consultation on your alimony support disputes in Winter Park and Lake Mary, FL.
Understand how child support can be calculated
Children are deeply affected by the outcomes of a divorce. As a devoted family attorney in the Winter Park and Lake Mary, FL area, N. Patterson PA will always fight for the best interests of children involved. Child support is a complicated issue. Florida uses a table of incomes to calculate child support payments, but the list of what can constitute income is expansive. It includes:
- Salary or wages
- Bonuses, commissions and overtime
- Disability benefits
- Unemployment compensation
- Pensions, retirement or annuity payments
- Social Security
- Rental income
These are only a few of the gross income items, and many more factors are weighed. Attorney Patterson will help you earn your support or argue against support claims in court.