West Virginia Child Support Attorney
Unfortunately, almost 50 percent of all marriages in the United States will end in divorce or separation. In addition, about 40 percent of children are born to unmarried parents. How these children are supported is a social and legal issue. In West Virginia, both parents are responsible for the care and support of their child. The amount of child support paid or received depends on the number of children you have and the combined income of both parents. The state of West Virginia has guidelines to determine a fair and reasonable amount of child support based on these two factors. At Isner Law Office in Elkins, we understand the importance of ensuring that your minor children are financially supported.