CHILD SUPPORT PARALEGAL SERVICES

Dawson Paralegal Services offers services for child support filing and child support modifications.

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Child Support

Often times, parents lose sight, regardless of the situation, that children rely upon their parents for support, nurturing, shelter, clothing, food, and other support 100% of the time. Child support is intended to supplement one parents’ income in order to care for the child(ren) expenses such as school expenses, clothing, food, shelter, and medical expenses. Unfortunately, many parents neglect to make these payments or, as the child(ren) grow older, the payment is not sufficient to meet the current needs of the child(ren).

Dawson Paralegal Services provides unsurpassed quality, affordable assistance in preparing the necessary paperwork to obtain temporary child support order, other temporary orders, and in modifying an existing child support order. Call us today at 206-841-8177 or click here.

Seattle Child Support Modification Services

Child support can be a contentious issue for partners with children, and too often parties do not find the right representation for their needs. At Dawson Paralegal Services, we provide child support modification services and try to simplify what can be an overwhelming or overly stressful experience. Our team of paralegals has the skill and experience necessary to handle all of the paperwork relating to your child support modification, and we do so at a fraction of the price of child support attorneys. If you need a Seattle child support modification paralegal, you have found the right office. Our team is driven to protect the interests of you and your child.

Dawson Paralegal Services provides unsurpassed quality, affordable assistance in preparing the necessary paperwork to obtain temporary child support order, other temporary orders, and in modifying an existing child support order. Call us today at 206-841-8177 or click here.

It is important to note the distinction between a paralegal and an attorney. Paralegals are able to assist in the creation of various legal documents, drafting for different processes, and act in several other vital support roles, but they are not able to provide legal advice. State law requires that all paralegals refrain from offering counsel, advice, and guidance on legal matters. Should you wish to engage someone for those services, you should contact an attorney-at-law.