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Child & Spousal Support

Working To Find The Right Support Solution For You

As part of a divorce settlement, or as part of a custody agreement, support issues often stand front and center in family law cases. Whether you need to pursue support to maintain your standard of living and to provide for your kids, or you need to make sure that your own support responsibilities don’t become an unreasonable burden, our lawyer can help you work toward the right answer.

At the Ohio law offices of Rittgers & Rittgers, our attorneys provide the tools and the attention your case demand. We work closely with clients to explore all options for building a support plan that meets your needs. Whether through negotiation or litigation, we put our experience and proven ability to work for you.

Butler County Child And Spousal Support Attorney

There are numerous factors involved in calculating an individual’s support obligations. Even in child support where there is a relatively clear formula for determining payment, there is often substantial negotiation and debate about individual earnings and ability to pay.

In a shifting economy, the issues become even more complex as former agreements that may have worked a few years ago become unusable.

Our office works with clients, both in and outside of the divorce process, in a wide range of support issues. We represent clients in matters, involving:

  • Child support agreements
  • Spousal support and alimony
  • Litigation
  • Modification of agreements
  • Enforcement

We help people build unique and creative solutions that work for their individual needs. If your family has a combined income of $150,000 or more, then the formula used by Ohio courts no longer works, and the best option may be to engage in negotiation or collaborative divorce options.

Work with legal counsel that can put all options on the table for you.

Schedule A Consultation Today

To find out more about our practice when you need legal guidance in child or spousal support cases, call our office in Butler County at 513-932-2115. You can also request more information or schedule an initial consultation with us online.

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