Calculating Your Child Support

Whether you are going through a divorce or pursuing child support in a separate action working with an experienced family law attorney can ensure that you understand your options and make informed decisions for yourself, your family and your future.

As a former judge and as a parent, our founder, attorney Floyd Taylor, knows the impact child support can have on your family's future. We also understand that each relationship and situation are unique. We will listen to your situation and expectations and guide you to reaching results you are looking for.

Child Support In Oklahoma

In Oklahoma, the child support guidelines act as a formula and dictate the amount of child support your child will receive. Under the guidelines, child support is calculated by looking at the combined gross monthly income of both parents. Additionally, the court may adjust the amount of child support for a number of reasons, including the special needs of the child or the visitation arrangement.

Avoid Child Support Calculators

Online child support calculators may seem helpful but they are often unreliable. A calculator is not a substitute for the advice of an experienced family law attorney. At our firm, we can provide you with a straightforward assessment of your case and help you determine the amount of child support you can expect.

Modifying And Enforcing Child Support

The loss of a job, health issues and other financial problems can leave you unable to pay child support. If there has been a change of circumstances, our attorneys can help you pursue a support modification.

If you are struggling to make ends meet because you are not receiving the child support your child needs, we can help you enforce your child support order. Our attorneys are dedicated to pursuing justice and holding parents accountable for unpaid child support.

Contact Us For A Free Initial Consultation

Our attorneys can help you with every aspect of your child support case. Whether you need help with a modification, a divorce or a child support action, contact our firm to discuss your visitation in a free initial consultation. Our office is open weekdays from 8:30 a.m. until 5 p.m.Call us at 405-525-2232 and speak with an experienced family law attorney.