Child Support Lawyer in Columbia
Helping Families in South Carolina for Over 10 Years
In South Carolina, both parents are required to contribute to the well-being
of their children, and this includes providing child support. Child support
is meant to provide the child with the necessary expenses to cover their
physical, emotional, medical, and educational needs. Typically, it is
the non-custodial parent who is responsible for paying child support to the
At Carrie Warner, Attorney at Law, our Columbia child support attorneys
are focused on providing solution-driven counsel to help families achieve
practical child support arrangements. We approach each case with the best
interests of the children and parents in mind. Whether you are looking
to receive child support payment or need to negotiate a fair payment to
the other parent, our team can guide you through the process.
Request a private consultation using our
online form or by calling (803) 994-8171.
How Is Child Support Calculated?
The amount of child support you will pay or receive depends on a variety
of factors, including:
- Monthly gross income of both parents
- Monthly alimony received/paid by both parents
- Number of other children in the home
- Costs for health insurance, medical expenses, and child care costs
Protecting Your Child's Best Interests
Child support can be one of the most disputed issues in a divorce. Both
parents often disagree on what is a fair amount each should pay and receive.
We understand the intricacies of determining child support and ways to
resolve and mediate between these conflicts. When both parents continue
their disputes, it is often the children who suffer. Our Columbia family
attorney is committed to steering you towards the most amicable, prompt,
and reasonable solution possible so you can move forward with the next
chapter of your life.
Call our office at (803) 994-8171 to begin your child support case.