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Virginia VA Child Support Lawyer Michael Yadanza
Virginia Lawyer Michael Yadanza


(703) 786.8340

Virginia VA Child Support Lawyer Rana Sneij Syriani
Virginia Lawyer Rana Sneij Syriani

If you need child support for you child or are seeking child support modificaiton in Virginia, never underestimate the importance of having a Virginia Child Support Lawyer who cares, who is dedicated to listening to your needs and concerns, who will be honest with you about your case, and who will work hard to assist you with your legal matter:


Being accessible. You will have direct access to your assigned lawyer's email and direct phone number, so you can ask questions whenever needed.


Being aggressive. Your assigned lawyer will work hard on your child support legal matter.

Being sensitive. Child support matters are not easy, our lawyers will be compassionate and explain the details of your child support legal matter.


American Lawyers Group, PLLC assists clients throughout Virginia, to include the counties listed on this page. Give our Virginia Lawyer for Child Support, a call for an initial consultation at 703.786.8340.


Virginia Child Support Highlights, as Presented by our Virginia Child Support lawyer:


-A parent who has custody of the children is entitled to receive child support from the non-custodial parent.


-The Virginia Child Support Guidelines, are used by the Virginia courts regarding calculating the child support payments.


-The child support orders, can be modified based on the increase of parent's income or children's expenses.


-Parents are requried to pay child support either until the child reaches 19 or graduates from high school.

-Interest can be collected on unpaid child support amounts.


-Child support payments need to continue even if the parents remarry.


Our Lawyer for Child Support can answer your questions regarding your legal matter. Give us a call at 703.786.8340 to receive an advise from our Virginia Child Support Lawyer.

§ 20-108.1. Determination of child support.


In order to rebut the presumption, the court shall make written findings in the order, which findings may be incorporated by reference, that the application of such guidelines would be unjust or inappropriate in a particular case. The finding that rebuts the guidelines shall state the amount of support that would have been required under the guidelines, shall give a justification of why the order varies from the guidelines, and shall be determined by relevant evidence pertaining to the following factors affecting the obligation, the ability of each party to provide child support, and the best interests of the child:


1. Actual monetary support for other family members or former family members;


2. Arrangements regarding custody of the children, including the cost of visitation travel;


3. Imputed income to a party who is voluntarily unemployed or voluntarily under-employed; provided that income may not be imputed to the custodial parent when a child is not in school, child care services are not available and the cost of such child care services are not included in the computation and provided further, that any consideration of imputed income based on a change in a party's employment shall be evaluated with consideration of the good faith and reasonableness of employment decisions made by the party;


4. Debts of either party arising during the marriage for the benefit of the child;


5. Direct payments ordered by the court for maintaining life insurance coverage pursuant to subsection D, education expenses, or other court-ordered direct payments for the benefit of the child;


6. Extraordinary capital gains such as capital gains resulting from the sale of the marital abode;


7. Any special needs of a child resulting from any physical, emotional, or medical condition;


8. Independent financial resources of the child or children;


9. Standard of living for the child or children established during the marriage;


10. Earning capacity, obligations, financial resources, and special needs of each parent;


11. Provisions made with regard to the marital property under § 20-107.3, where said property earns income or has an income-earning potential;


12. Tax consequences to the parties including claims for exemptions, child tax credit, and child care credit for dependent children;


13. A written agreement, stipulation, consent order, or decree between the parties which includes the amount of child support; and


14. Such other factors as are necessary to consider the equities for the parents and children.


Contact our Virginia Child Support Lawyer at 703.786.8340.