- Military Divorce
- Child Custody & Visitation
- Separation Agreements
- Property Distribution
- Child Support
- Grandparents' Rights
- Military Personnel Family Law
- Spousal Support & Alimony
- Domestic Violence
Military family issues call out for a lawyer who understands service members and their unique family stresses. In Jacksonville, North Carolina, that's Kimberly Ferrier.
800C WB McLean Boulevard
Cape Carteret, NC 28540
Cape Carteret, Beaufort and Morehead City, North Carolina Child Support Lawyer
A divorce ends the marriage, but that is all. It does not address related issues of child custody, child support, spousal support (alimony), or distribution of property and benefits. These are separate processes that must be dealt with separately.
Trial-Ready Camp Lejeune Military Child Support Attorney
Child support payments in Jacksonville and throughout North Carolina are based upon custody categories and an income-sharing method derived from the gross income of both parents.
Military family issues demand a lawyer who understands service members and their unique family stresses. I am Kimberly Ferrier, and I am that lawyer for people in Camp Lejeune.
The court relies on the North Carolina Child Support Guidelines, which considers such factors as the gross incomes of the parents, day care or after-school care fees, health insurance premiums and other expenses.
Hire an Attorney Who Understands Military Divorce Law
Support payments are intended to provide for your child's needs. If a parent can't pay, it is necessary to file for a modification of the current child support obligation. If a noncustodial parent refuses to pay, enforcement actions may be initiated.
Sometimes it is difficult for spouses to locate a service member who is abroad on active duty. Spouses can use the World Wide Military Locator Service to obtain a work address, or by requesting a copy of the service member's reassignment orders.
Whatever your child support issues, the Jacksonville law firm of Ferrier Law, P.L.L.C., exists to take your side and work toward a solution that has the child's best interests at heart.