Child & Spousal Support
Representation in Pleasanton and the East Bay
When it comes to child or spousal support issues, it is absolutely essential
that you retain the representation of an experienced and trusted attorney.
At Elene M. Mylordos, Attorney at Law, we are proud to offer outstanding
legal counsel and dedicated, personalized assistance to our clients who
are considering divorce or those who have already filed for divorce in
the Pleasanton and East Bay area.
With more than 40 years of combined experience, you can trust our team
to help you secure favorable child support or spousal support orders.
We encourage you to contact a Pleasanton divorce lawyer from our office
as soon as possible and schedule a consultation with our firm now! We
proudly provide services to residents throughout the area, including Costa
County and Alameda County.
Understanding Child Support in California
Child support is designed to help ensure that minor children and custodial
parents receive the financial assistance they require so that the child's
or children's needs are met.
When it comes to determining the amount of child support, there are numerous
factors that need to be taken into consideration, including:
- Each parent's actual income
- The parenting schedule
- Daycare expenses
- The child's extraordinary needs
- Educational and extracurricular activity expenses
- Health insurance premiums and uninsured medical expenses
Of course, no two situations are alike, and the amount of child support
will be based on your unique circumstances. It is important to discuss
your specific situation with a lawyer from our team.
Pleasanton Spousal Support Attorney
If you and your spouse are divorced or legally separated, a court may require
that one spouse pay support to the other spouse on a monthly basis. Family
law judges must consider many factors, such as the length of the marriage,
the roles of the spouses in the relationship, the number of children,
and previous court-ordered spousal payments when determining an award
of spousal support, also known as alimony. To understand how spousal support
can affect you and your divorce, consult Elene M. Mylordos, Attorney at Law.
Work with Elene M. Mylordos, Attorney at Law
Are you ready to move forward with your case? We encourage you to retain
the representation of our firm. If you have questions or concerns regarding
spousal support or child support, or if you are interested in making modifications
to an existing order,
contact Elene M. Mylordos, Attorney at Law and schedule your 30-minute consultation with a lawyer from our team.