Ogden, Utah Child Support Attorneys

In a divorce involving children, a child’s welfare is the primary concern of the court.  The law holds that both parents of the child are required to provide support.  Once divorced, one of the parents will become the primary custodian of the child; the other will pay child support. Child support payments are usually determined by a court formula.  Click here to see the Utah Court’s child support calculator.

If a parent refuses to pay child support, he or she may have their wages garnished or their assets seized, and could be held in contempt of court.

With over 170 years of cumulative family law experience, the attorneys at Farr Kaufman give their clients exceptional legal advice and strong legal advocacy regarding their child support rights and obligations.  Contact one of the firm’s attorneys today to schedule a consultation.