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Our Firm Takes Care Of Your Child Custody And Support Needs

Every child custody agreement should put the child first. Their best interest is everyone’s true goal.

At Lawson Norris Sorensen, LLC, our lawyers care about your child. We are committed to fierce advocacy. When we advocate for you, we take into account your particular circumstances. We help weigh your best options and explain the impact that the following may have on your child custody case:

  • Your child’s community, family and education arrangements
  • Your family’s medical and physical needs
  • Relevant criminal history
  • Any history of domestic abuse or child neglect

Because the Kansas City metropolitan area encompasses communities in both Kansas and Missouri, some additional considerations may be needed for families who live across state lines. Our attorneys are experienced advocates for families seeking joint custody and sole custody agreements in both states, and for parents seeking to establish visitation rights.

What Is Child Support And How Does It Work?

Child support is the financial arrangement in place that provides for your child’s financial needs. Child support can be determined in out-of-court agreements between both parents or, when parents cannot come to agreement, will be determined by a family law judge.

Child support is meant to provide for the child’s needs, such as food and clothing, school supplies, transportation, and medical and insurance needs.

Our attorneys have helped families across the area establish child support peaceably and advocate for child support agreements in court.

Contact Our Attorneys For Your Needs

With over 30 years of experience representing Kansas City families, our lawyers are dedicated. We know that the best way to advocate for you is to consider the full context of your situation and apply a detailed eye to the law.

To speak with one of our lawyers about your child custody or child support needs, call our office. Our main line can be reached at 816-524-3838. You can also email our office for a prompt reply.