Currently, child support is established according to standardized formula that is based upon the number of children, the highest earner's net monthly disposable income and the total net monthly disposable income of both parties. Under the formula, child support is computed according to a series of mathematical steps.
Charles M. Farano has years of training and experience in the application of this formula and can normally render a precise prediction as to the amount of support you will be receiving or paying at the first interview.
Spousal Support, on the other hand, is more of a matter of discretion and the courts are given a series of issues or facts to consider but there is no mathematical formula.
I was extremely pleased with the level of service delivered by Mr. Farano. He was always well prepared and is absolutely fearless in the court room. He explained all of my options to me in terms that I could understand so that I could make critical decisions about my case. I could not have asked for a better result.