Supporting Children after a New York Divorce
Child support can be a blessing or a curse, depending on which party you are and whether the order is being upheld. Custodial parents depend on child support to pay for groceries, rent or mortgage, clothing, and everything else that is required to raise a child. When depended-upon payments are late or simply never come, it can have serious ramifications on the custodial parent and the child. For noncustodial parents, child support can seem like an anchor keeping them underwater that they can never get rid of. Having a child support order that is too much can cause serious hardships for noncustodial parents. Because we represent both sides when it comes to child support, we have the experience and knowledge necessary to help you reach the most beneficial outcome in your Long Island child support case. We encourage you to call one of our Long Island child support lawyers today at the law offices of Petroske Riezenman & Meyers, P.C.