Unless otherwise agreed upon by both parents, child support is determined by the Massachusetts Child Support Guidelines. An evaluation of the incomes of the parties and the needs of the children as well as numerous other factors weigh heavily on the determination of what is considered to be suitable child support.
We have worked closely to establish child support that is appropriate to meet the needs of our clients and their children. When child support obligations are not met by the non-custodial parent, we can assist in taking the necessary actions to enforce payments of support including seeking the involvement of the Department of Revenue. In the event a change in circumstances should warrant, we can assist you in modifying the child support obligations to meet your family’s needs.