Stephanie Granda: An Attorney for Child Support in Miami

At the law offices of Stephanie Granda Family Law, we know that negotiating child support can be an emotionally trying time for all parties involved. This is why it is critical to find an attorney you can count on during this challenging time.

We are here to protect your wants, needs, and rights in the child support proceedings and fight to ensure your child receives everything they are legally entitled to. Furthermore, we will work tirelessly to ensure the child support proceedings are accomplished with the least amount of strain on the parties. The health of your family should come paramount to your Attorney for Child Support in Miami.

Find the Right Child Support Attorney in Miami For You

How do you know you’ve found the right attorney for child support in Miami? What qualities should you be looking for in a family law attorney? We believe the most important factor is finding a family law attorney that has experience closely fitted to your individual needs. You can do so by considering the following matters:

  • Child Support: If your case is one that requires a party pay child support, we’ll be sure to make sure your child is fiscally taken care of. The financial burden should not lie on one single party due to the circumstances. Each home where the child will reside must provide for that child.
  • What Is Right For Your Children: Despite your feelings toward your ex, your children have a right to be supported. Divorce is difficult enough and your children don’t need to be concerned with how you will care for them financially. This is an issue that Florida courts take very seriously.
  • Calculation of Child Support: This takes several factors into account including, the income of both parents, the number of overnight stays with each parent, health insurance and other child care costs.
  • Modification or Enforcement of Existing Orders:  For any non-compliance of court orders and/or agreements, our office can assist you in enforcement of that order by seeking court intervention.  You may also be entitled to modify an existing order and/or agreement if substantial changes have occurred.  Contact our office for a free consultation on how we can legally proceed.

While the proceedings are underway, the court may order temporary child support, or retroactive child support up to 24 months.

Our Attorneys for Child Support in Miami are Here for You The experienced lawyers at our Family Law Firm in Miami can help you with all your concerns, including legal separation. If you have any questions or wish to enlist our services, please don’t hesitate to contact our compassionate, experienced team of associates today to learn more about how we can help you. Contact us today.