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Las Vegas Child Support Attorneys

Working with You to Protect Your Child's Best Interests

Family law cases involving children are often tumultuous, and child support disputes are no exception. Whether you find yourself acting as a prospective payor or recipient in a support dispute, having a lawyer who will help you pursue the best outcome for your child is vital.

At Bremer Whyte Brown & O'Meara, our Las Vegas child support lawyers can help you pursue an equitable outcome in your child support case.

To schedule a consultation with a team committed to fighting for your child's rights, contact us online or via phone at (702) 297-5750.

Who Pays for Child Support in Nevada?

The payment of child support is calculated based on the timeshare of the child(ren), the number of children, and the income of the parties.

How Much Is Child Support in Nevada?

Nevada calculates child support using a parent's individual gross monthly income. Gross monthly income includes all the income a person brings in each month, including from their salary, bonuses, commission, pension, and other sources.

Gross income is typically calculated before factoring in taxes or personal expenses. Unemployed parents may find child support being deducted from their Social Security, worker's compensation, disability, or unemployment benefits.

Child support is calculated using a formula. The formula considers the number of children, the custody arrangement, and the gross monthly income of one or both parents. If the parties share joint physical custody of their children, both parents’ child support obligation will be calculated, and the higher earning parent will pay the difference in support to the lower earning parent. If one parent has primary physical custody, the parent with primary physical custody will receive child support from the other parent.

At Bremer Whyte Brown & O'Meara, our Las Vegas child support attorneys stand ready to help parents pursue the best outcome for their children in child support cases.

To schedule a consultation with our team and work with a child support lawyer you can trust, contact us online or via phone at (702) 297-5750.

Why Hire Bremer Whyte Brown & O'Meara, LLP?

  • Experience with Complex, High-Value Cases

  • Highly Awarded by Prestigious Associations

  • Thoughtful, Competent Representation

  • Four Certified Family Law Specialists

  • Experienced Trial Attorneys

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