Child Custody And Support Lawyer In Reno

When parents divorce or unmarried parents separate, the most important legal issues they face concern the futures and well-being of any child involved. The impact of a child custody ruling can have far-reaching effects, determining where the child holds primary residence and when the noncustodial parent will have visitation.

At the Law Offices of Kelli Anne Viloria, PLLC, we provide strong, compassionate representation in child custody and visitation matters. Family law attorney Kelli Anne Viloria has extensive experience handling child custody and visitation matters. She represents the Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASA) of Nevada, an organization that advocates for abused and neglected children, and will help you make decisions that are in your child's best interest.

Child Custody Disputes

Child custody disputes can be the most high-stakes, emotionally taxing issues in all of family law. We work to help our clients achieve amicable solutions that protect the best interests of the child. After all, you will most likely need to co-parent together in the years to come. We recognize that care should be taken to protect children from the emotional consequences of drawn-out, contentious legal battles. Kelli Anne Viloria is mindful of all of these concerns and can provide you with the quality representation you need at this time.

Contact our law firm online or by telephone at 775-624-9398 to speak with a knowledgeable Reno child custody lawyer.

Child Support

A parent's responsibility to his or her child does not end upon divorce. Nevada law requires parents to support their child. Whether it is for food, clothing, shelter and other necessities, a percentage of your gross monthly income (before taxes) will go toward your child's support.

Child support is determined by a set of guidelines that take into account the number of children, the income of each parent and any special needs the child might have. While child support calculations are typically straightforward, there are circumstances that can complicate matters. For instance, if the paying parent is hiding income, self-employed or under-employed, it may be necessary to pursue enforcement actions.

Kelli Anne Viloria is adept at identifying these issues and pursuing child support arrangements that are fair and protect the best interests of the child.

Contact KAVLAW For Strong Child Custody And Support Representation

Are you struggling with a child custody or support issue? We are here for you. Contact our law office today online or by telephone at 775-624-9398 to arrange a consultation with an experienced Reno child custody lawyer.