Oklahoma Child Support Attorneys

Every child needs emotional and financial support from both of their parents. However, determining the amount of child support can seem like a daunting and difficult prospect for many parents.

At The Women & Children’s Law Center, we can help you understand how child support works in Oklahoma. We offer a compassionate and safe atmosphere for our clients, regardless of whether they are going through a divorce or seeking child support outside of marriage. We help parents through all types of family-related matters, including paternity actions and legal separations.

We have the legal knowledge and experience you need to feel confident in the decisions you make for your family. To talk to an Oklahoma child support lawyer, contact our family law firm.

How Child Support Is Calculated in Oklahoma

In Oklahoma, child support is determined by looking at the child support guidelines. The guidelines act as a formula and allow courts to calculate the amount of child support by looking at the income of both parents.

Our child support attorneys will work one-on-one with you to help you understand the child support guidelines and how they pertain to your case. We will give you an honest and complete assessment of your financial situation and we will fight to get you and your child the support necessary to move forward into the future.

Minimum Wage and Child Support

In Oklahoma, the minimum wage is the baseline income for parents under the child support guidelines. This means that if one parent makes less than minimum wage, even if he or she is unemployed, he or she will be treated (for child support computation) as making minimum wage (currently, $1,256 per month) for child support purposes.

Modifications to Child Support and Enforcements

Child support orders can be modified when there has been a permanent, material, and continuing change in circumstances. Our attorneys can help you modify an existing child support order and help you and your child secure the support you need.

We can also help you enforce a child support order. If your ex-spouse has not been paying child support, we will bring a contempt action. We can also pursue wage garnishment through Oklahoma’sĀ Child Support Enforcement Offices.

Contact a Norman, Oklahoma, Child Support Enforcement Lawyer

Fighting for child support can be overwhelming and difficult for any parent. Contact our Oklahoma child support enforcement attorneys and together we will work toward a solution. We offer reasonable fees and flexible office hours.

Contact our Oklahoma attorneys and lawyers today and together we will work toward a solution. We offer a phone consultation and reasonable fees. Credit cards accepted.

To learn more about Oklahoma family law, visit our Family Law Information Center and FAQ