Securing Fair Spousal And Child Support

Throughout divorce proceedings, even the most amicable relationships can become strained. Negotiating with a spouse over budgets, housing and child support can create stress if you feel you need to battle over every penny so that you can receive what you deserve.

During this time, it may be easy to fall into a dangerous "win-at-any-cost" mindset. Unfortunately, this perspective prolongs divorce proceedings. It also may harm your long-term relationship with your estranged spouse and your children. When kids are affected by financial disputes, nobody wins.

Since 2009, our New York legal professionals at Trotto Law Firm, P.C., have been counseling our clients on their best options during negotiations for spousal and child support. Guided by our lead attorney, Jonathan Trotto, we customize a negotiation strategy to support your long-term living, health and educational expenses.

Designing A Maintenance Plan That Addresses Various Concerns

Our staff has advised clients with varied incomes and financial responsibilities. We understand that your circumstances are unique and will tailor a support agreement that promotes your family's welfare.

We will create a plan that accounts for a range of factors, including:

  • Income
  • Health care and medical bills not covered by insurance
  • Child care and educational expenses

After the maintenance contract is signed, our staff can help you modify it to reflect a reduced income from job loss or injury. Should your former spouse stop paying child or spousal support, we can help you recover what you are owed.

Whether your spousal and child support concerns involve drafting, modifying or enforcing an agreement, we can provide an effective solution.

Concerned About Supporting Your Family After Divorce? A Compassionate Lawyer Can Assist You Today.

We invite you to schedule a free, confidential case evaluation at Trotto Law Firm, P.C. Please dial 585-484-9970 or complete our contact form to arrange an appointment at our Rochester office.