Lynch & Owens are the South Shore’s premier divorce lawyers and family law attorneys dedicated to providing Massachusetts residents with the best representation in child support cases. Our child support lawyers concentrate on the following services:
- Calculating child support for high income earners including business owners, real estate developers and corporate executives.
- Identifying and tracing hidden income through a forensic approach.
- Working with expert witnesses to determine and present income for child support purposes.
- Contempt and Modification actions affecting the enforcement and modification of child support orders and judgments.
- Negotiating with and seeking child support services through the Department of Revenue.
- Conceptualizing child support agreements to maximize after-tax cash flow
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Whether you need legal representation in a child support case, please call us at (781) 741-5000. An attorney from our office will evaluate your claim during a free one-hour consultation. We will help you navigate your legal issue with care, diligence and strong, cost-effective client service.
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