Child Support and Alimony
Springfield Child Support Lawyers

Even though Massachusetts is a "no-fault" divorce state, ending a marital relationship can be difficult when children are involved.

Many parents who are divorcing have questions regarding child custody, visitation, child support, alimony, and property division. Finding answers to those questions can be challenging.

When people contact the Law Offices of Johnson, Sclafani & Moriarty to arrange a free in-office initial consultation, they receive prompt attention and answers to their questions. We have worked with thousands of clients and we continue to treat every person as an individual, not just a case file.

Negotiation, Modification or Litigation/Enforcement

Determination of child support and alimony varies according to many factors, including each parent's assets, income and debts. When circumstances change, a child support and/or alimony order must change accordingly.

Many times, these issues can be agreed upon during negotiation or mediation. Other times, litigation may be required to resolve a dispute or enforce an order . If this becomes necessary, our Massachusetts alimony attorneys create a legal strategy that is designed to achieve your goals in an effective and cost-efficient manner.

Knowledge Is Power - Let Us Empower You

Our clients feel confident that we are working hard to achieve the best possible outcome for their case. We try to minimize the conflict that can occur due to disagreements that arise when a relationship ends.

The lawyers and team of legal professionals at the Law Offices of Johnson, Sclafani & Moriarty contact clients regularly to ensure they know the status of their case.

Throughout the legal process, you will be able to speak with the lawyer who is handling your case.

If you are ending your relationship and have questions about child support and alimony, you should contact the Law Offices of Johnson, Sclafani & Moriarty and take advantage of our free in-office consultation. One of our Springfield child support attorneys will listen to your concerns and explain your legal rights so you can make informed decisions about important next steps.