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Columbus, OH 614-360-2942
Huntington, WV 304-519-4354
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Do you worry about child support?

Our job is to relieve your worry.

In Ohio, child support may be awarded to one parent to help ensure both parents have the financial resources to raise their child. Whether you are working through a divorce or are seeking child support after a paternity determination, an experienced child support attorney can help ensure your obligations accurately reflect your current living situation.

In other words, our job is to make things work well for you and your children.

Why Amy M. Levine & Associates?

At the law firm of Amy M. Levine & Associates, we represent individuals in Columbus and throughout Ohio in child support matters stemming from divorce, paternity, or related family law issues. Founder Amy Levine established this firm in 2004. Resolving child support matters for people in Ohio has been Amy’s focus for more than a decade.

Our lawyers educate clients about the factors that influence child support payments, including:

  • Income of both parents
  • Health care costs
  • Day care costs
  • Number of children
  • Children with special needs
  • Cost of private school

We’re a law firm you can trust to help children with special needs.

Child support in Ohio is based on several factors, including health care and day care costs. Because children with special needs will likely require care longer than other children, child support can be modified accordingly. For example, parents of special needs children may receive or be expected to pay child support even when the child is a legal adult.

We never forget that our first priority is to listen to our family law clients. We take the time to understand the time and expenses of caring for a special needs child, and we negotiate with the other party to ensure those figures are reflected in the child support arrangements.

Learn more about child support in Ohio.

If you have questions about how much child support you may be expected to pay or receive, contact us to schedule a free initial consultation with one of our attorneys. Call our Columbus office at 614-360-2942 or our Huntington office at 304-519-4354.

Title Prac Fami

Amy M. Levine
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Our Latest Blog Posts

How probate works in Ohio

The death of a loved one brings challenging times and significant responsibilities for the family members left behind. If you have recently lost someone, you may have numerous questions about the probate process and what to expect. The details below may help you...

Tips for raising a child with a former spouse

In most cases, Ohio law will allow both parents to have relationships with their children after a divorce. Therefore, it's likely that you will interact with your former partner on a regular basis even after dissolving your marriage to that person. Fortunately, there...

What happens right after filing for personal bankruptcy?

Many people who are considering filing for bankruptcy in Ohio have read about what bankruptcy can do for them in the long term. After completing the whole bankruptcy process, most of your debts will probably be wiped clean, and you can then start the process of...

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