Motion to Upwardly Adjust Child Support Granted and Request for Interim Attorney’s Fees

December 10, 2009 Posted in News

A mother who is the primary joint managing conservator of a young child was granted a significant upward adjustment to the father’s child support. The father and his attorney unsuccessfully argued the Court should calculate the obligor’s gross monthly income based on erroneous assumptions. Mr. Granata decisively counter argued the correct application of the calculation the Court should use in arriving at monthly gross income. Mr. Granata’s request for interim attorney’s was also granted.