Nevada Child Support Calculator
We recognize the importance of transparency and providing our clients with the tools they need. That’s why we offer the Nevada Child Support Calculator, an invaluable resource for parents.
This calculator utilizes the state of Nevada’s guidelines to determine the appropriate amount of child support. Click here to access the calculator and obtain an accurate calculation based on your specific circumstances.
Transparent Fee Structure for Child Support Services
Our fee structure for child support services is based on standard hourly rates. It’s important to be aware that additional costs may be applicable, depending on the complexity and contested aspects of your case (if applicable). While providing an estimated total cost upfront is usually not possible, we are committed to providing projections once we have a clear understanding of the specific parameters of your case.
Seamless Communication for Real-Time Updates & Expert Guidance
When it comes to communication, we follow a “true team” approach. Our goal is to keep you informed in real-time. We ensure that everything that comes in and goes out is copied to you as close to “real time” as possible. Our dedicated paralegal staff handles operational inquiries promptly, while our assigned lawyers provide legal advice as needed. We understand the importance of timely communication and strive to respond to all inquiries within 24 hours.
What We Do
Explore our comprehensive child support services and find out how our dedicated team can assist you.
Establishing and Enforcing Child Support Orders
Our experienced attorneys at Willick Law Group have a wealth of knowledge in helping clients establish child support orders. Mr. Willick was the delegate sent by the Nevada Chapter of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers to advise the current Child Support Commission of improvements that could be made to Nevada’s guidelines. We will guide you through the process, ensuring that the appropriate calculations are made to determine fair and reasonable support payments.
Additionally, we are dedicated to enforcing existing child support orders, making sure payments are made on time and in full. We wrote the software used to calculate arrears, interest, and (where applicable) penalties. We created a calculator for current support calculations as well. If modifications to the child support order become necessary due to changed circumstances, we are here to assist you.
Navigating Child Support Interest & Penalties
Understanding the legal consequences of failing to pay child support is essential. Our team at Willick Law Group can help you navigate the complexities of interest and penalties associated with child support payments. We have the expertise to calculate and explain when these consequences may apply, ensuring you have a clear understanding of your rights and obligations.
Get Experienced Legal Assistance with Willick Law Group
When it comes to child support, experience and expertise matter. At Willick Law Group, we understand the significance of family relationships and will work to protect your rights and advocate for your best interests.
Contact us today to schedule a consultation and take advantage of our deep understanding of Nevada’s child support laws, commitment to effective communication, and dedication to your family’s well-being; we are ready to stand by your side.
Frequently Asked Questions
How is child support determined in Nevada?
What challenges do individuals with unique circumstances face in determining child support?
Can child support be modified in Nevada?
How often can child support be modified in Nevada?
When does child support end in Nevada?
Frane v. Frane, No. 85498-COA, Order of Affirmance (Unpublished Disposition, Aug. 22, 2023) The parties were married and had one minor child who from a very young age resided with the paternal grandparents. In 2020, when the minor was about 5 years old, Mom filed a...
Friedrich v. Rousset, No. 83503-COA, Order of Reversal and Remand (Unpublished Disposition, Aug. 24, 2023) The parties share custody of their child through a custody order entered in January 2021. A dispute over the alternating parenting time provision "during the...
Summit v. Summit, No. 84856-COA, Order Affirming in Part and Dismissing in Part (Unpublished Disposition, June 29, 2023) This was a child custody and support case where wife had primary custody of the children. The primary challenge was denial of Husband's motion to...
Kelley v. Kelley, 139 Nev. ___, ___ P.3d ___ (Adv. Opn. No. 39, Sept. 28, 2023) The Supreme Court affirmed the district court's determination that when parents with court-ordered joint legal custody of a minor child disagree on medical decisions concerning that child,...