Child Custody & Support

Our lawyers provide comprehensive representation to clients in a diverse range of situations pertaining to issues that arise out of a divorce. One of the most frequently addressed issues is child custody and support. The attorneys at Sarfan & Nachman, LLC offer straightforward legal guidance and attempt to minimize the additional stress for all involved parties while going through a child support or child custody case.

Child Custody

Many parents involved in a child custody dispute forget that the outcome of the case has the biggest impact on the child/children. Our experienced legal team strives to assist our clients and keep the children’s best interest in mind, while seeking a successful resolution to a custody or child visitation matter. Our attorneys can assess your situation and help explain what various types of custody (joint, shared, and sole) mean, so you can help you determine what type of custody best suits your child’s/children’s needs.

Sometimes relocation of a parent or child is an issue that arises after an initial custody order has been determined. The attorneys at Sarfan & Nachman, LLC can provide advice and guidance in seeking the correct modification to child custody orders, so that a relocation can occur.

Child Support

The amount of child support that your children require or that you are obligated to pay is determined by a statute-established formula based on the state where you reside. The Virginia child support guidelines are complex and can be difficult to understand. Our firm can assist you with making sure you accurately computing the amount of child support due. We not only handle initial support and custody matters, we also handle the enforcement and/or modification of any standing orders. At Sarfan & Nachman, LLC, we are well-versed in knowing the laws regarding child support and can effectively explain them to you, so you can fully participate in the case.

Contact Sarfan & Nachman, LLC today, (757) 247-5861 to get assistance with child custody and/or child support case today.

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