Child Support

Washington Child Support Enforcement Attorney

During divorce proceedings or the dissolution of a cohabitation relationship, questions over child support payments can lead to emotional strain that can potentially be avoided. When facing questions or a dispute over child support amounts and payments, the guidance of an experienced Seattle/Everett child support lawyer can be helpful in your pursuit of resolutions.

At the Law Office of Richard J. Moore, LLC, we understand the confusion and anxiety often involved with the child support determination process and child support disputes. We take care to provide the informative and personalized advice you need to understand Washington state child support statutes and the formulas used to determine payment schedules and amounts.

Detailed Child Support Advice

Richard J. Moore has more than 30 years of experience and a detailed knowledge of the child support process to offer the insightful guidance you need to understand how each statute and formula apply to your specific situation. To offer the most effective and timely advice, we strive to remain current with changes to Washington statutes and guidelines, including recent amendments that have changed the determination process.

After a thorough assessment of each parent's income and employment circumstances, a monthly child support payment amount will be established to help offset the financial contribution of the primary residential parent.

In addition to assisting with the establishment of child support, we have experience addressing many other child support-related issues, including:

  • Health care expenses
  • Extracurricular activities
  • Tax exemptions
  • Enforcement
  • Modifications
  • Contempt proceedings

Contact Our Office for Personalized Advice

Whether you need guidance during the initial child support determination stage or assistance collecting past due support, we have the experience and knowledge to help you address your issues as quickly and effectively as possible.

Contact our office online or call 425-482-0700 to discuss your specific child support concerns.