Why call Baker and Wick for all your child support questions in Columbus, Ohio?

Child support arrangements are a highly important task that all divorced parents must negotiate carefully. Acting in a child’s best interest is crucial at all times and each parent must be aware of the terms of arrangements they have in place. At the same time, it is imperative to keep in mind that such arrangements may be subject to change, particularly if you have young children.  Over time, as the children’s needs change, so too can custody, parenting time and child support issues. If this is necessary or there are any questions about the possibility of existing child support arrangements or the need to change them, obtaining competent legal counsel is of the utmost importance. The attorneys at Baker and Wick understand that parents have all sorts of concerns when it comes to child support and have the knowledge and experience to help effectively.

Years of Experience

The attorneys at Baker and Wick have many years of experience in the field of family law and child support specifically. They have been working closely with parents in the Columbus, Ohio area for nearly twenty years. Through their many experiences, they have gained a great deal of understanding of the laws that govern child support in Ohio, including changes regarding the recent child support law effective March 28, 2019. The attorneys at Baker and Wick have a base of knowledge that clients can tap into and help guide them through a process that otherwise may be complicated and confusing. Both attorneys at Baker and Wick have focused closely on the world of family law for many years, leading to a list of happy and satisfied clients who look to them for advice.

Deep Client Satisfaction

The American Institute of Family Law Attorneys rates Baker and Wick highly. In fact, they are one of the top ten law firms in terms of attorney client satisfaction. Parents know they can speak with them in order to get a satisfactory resolution. All sorts of issues may arise as each parent must decide how best to work out support questions and clients know they can work with Baker and Wick to get these matters sorted out efficiently and correctly.

Legal and Moral Obligations

All parents have both a legal and moral obligation to fully support the children they bring into the world. If there are problems with such support, it is important to know what your rights are as a parent.  If child support rights are abridged, or if one parent is paying more than what is legally required, parents have the right to seek redress through the court system. Close consultation with the attorneys at Baker and Wick can help everyone involved understand the best possible resolution to child support issues and assist in taking the necessary steps to moving past child support issues.