Raising a child is expensive; even more so as a single parent. Whether you are the parent receiving the support or the parent providing it, child support can be one of the most financially trying aspects of divorce. Child support is the legal system's way of ensuring that both parents provide financial support for their child after the divorce is final.

There are many factors that may influence child support cases. In North Carolina, the guidelines for child support primarily take into account the needs of the children, the income of each party, and the costs for child care and health insurance. Depending on your individual circumstances, your attorney will help you understand how to prepare and what to expect.

Berger & Kindberg Law knows that you value your role as a parent, and you want what is best for your child. Your child support obligation should be fair. We will work with you to develop reasonable expectations, build a plan and then go to work on accomplishing the goal.