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Retaining legal assistance when facing a child support dispute

On Behalf of | Feb 9, 2016 | Firm News |

Married couples with children must often compromise and work together to solve any number of issues within their families, sometimes on a daily basis. Washington couples who divorce may find that achieving that level of compromise when it comes to a child support dispute can be extremely challenging. Legal help is available to help guide a concerned parent through negotiations, as well as the courtroom process, in order to achieve a result that preserves a child’s best interests.

Hansen Law, PLLC, serves clients in Grandview, Washington and surrounding regions. This office understands how emotionally and legally difficult divorce and its aftermath can be. Retaining the assistance of an experienced and dedicated attorney is often key to making informed decisions regarding child custody, support and visitation in order to obtain favorable results in court.

Protecting your parental rights and helping your child successfully transition into a new lifestyle after divorce are typically priorities in any child support negotiations. Hansen Law, PLLC can help you examine your options and choose those that best serve your needs regarding the current and future care and upbringing of your son or daughter. Disputes involving child support, custody or visitation arrangements are typically highly charged emotionally, and you may find it difficult to reach an amicable solution without legal guidance and assistance. 

If you live in Washington and are currently facing a child support dispute or other matters concerning medical care, education, permanent residency or other family issues, you can request a consultation by contacting Hansen Law, PLLC. We are committed to offering effective representation based upon our clear understanding of the law and successful experiences in court. We also understand that your decisions will impact your child’s future, and we are prepared to help you determine how best to proceed in order reach an agreeable outcome.