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When you need a child support lawyer in Brooklyn, make Spodek Law Group your first call. Since 1976, we have been fighting aggressively to get our clients the child support settlements they deserve.
When it comes to child support, every case is different. You may be appealing a previous decision based on a change in your financial circumstances, or you may be fighting with a vindictive ex who has left you with the financial burden of raising your children. Whatever the circumstances, you need a child support lawyer prepared to go to court with research and evidence that supports your claim.
Our offices are conveniently located locally in Queens. We make every effort to accommodate clients from Queens, Staten Island and Brooklyn by offering 24-hour phone support as well as video conferencing. Our innovative electronic case management system makes the latest updates about your case available to any of our lawyers, meaning you can get instant answers to your questions, whether or not the team assigned to your case is available at the moment.
A strong relationship between attorney and client is one of the key building blocks of a successful child support case. Your attorney needs to know who you are and what you’re fighting for in order to effectively represent you, either before a judge or at the negotiating table. That’s why we encourage all of our clients to be as open and honest with us as possible, and we make ourselves available to answer all of your questions.
The process begins with your free consultation. Come to our office or contact us by phone or Skype, and you’ll get the undivided attention of one of our child support lawyers for as much time as you need. From Manhattan to Brooklyn, our child support lawyers are working to get New Yorkers the settlements they deserve. Page updated on 11/13/13.