for child support purposes can also be a hornet’s nest. Under employed spouses may need to have income “imputed” to them. Spouses who are self-employed may divert income through complicated -but often legal- tax deductions that present difficulties for determining their income for child support purposes. We regularly address this situation with great success so let us apply our breadth of experience to protecting your -and your children’s- financial interests.
Sometimes, however, what was fair at the outset ceases to be fair in the face of life’s events. The experienced lawyers at Fleetwood Family Law have repeatedly succeeded in overturning unfair Pre-Nuptial/ Marriage Agreements, resulting in a much greater division of assets than the Agreement provided. Our litigation experience has informed how we will craft a solid Agreement for you at the outset of your relationship. We will protect your interests.