Proven Representation

Proven Representation

Our Family Law Attorneys Fight For Your Best Interests

Father and child - Butler County Ohio Child Support Attorney

At Meadows Law Firm, we believe that your children deserve financial support and protection, regardless of your relationship with the other parent. In divorces, the changes that result can have a very serious effect on kids, no matter how civil and amicable the parting.

In order to protect your children’s best interest, the court will likely issue a child support order to ensure that the child is properly supported by both parties. Having a skilled Butler County, Ohio, family law attorney on your side can ensure the process goes as smoothly as possible for your children.


Request your free 30-minute case consultation with Meadows Law Firm by calling 513-454-6746.


Do You Need An Attorney For A Child Support Case?

Proving that you need child support (or that you are unable to pay a certain amount that was ordered) can be difficult on your own without an attorney. We firmly believe that you deserve the highest quality representation – we are even available to our clients 24/7.

Our team at Meadows Law Firm always focuses on what is best for your child, and this goal is never compromised. Our West Chester child support attorneys handle all the details, including paperwork, negotiations, and communications with the other parent’s attorneys, so you don’t have to worry.

Some factors to consider during child support cases include:

  • Custody of the child
  • Each parent’s parenting time with the child
  • Each parent’s annual income
  • Each parent’s financial obligations for the children
  • The cost of annual child care
  • The cost of health insurance to cover the child

We realize that this time is likely very difficult for you and your family. Having our legal advice and guidance may help to ease some of the pain and stress. When we represent you, you will find that we are not looking to settle, but looking to win.

To set up an appointment for a free 30-minute evaluation to discuss your case, contact our Butler County office at 513-454-6746!