New Jersey Child Support Attorneys
Unless each parent makes roughly the same amount of money and both parents receive nearly equal parenting time, one parent will need to pay child support to the other. Though child support payments are designed to meet the needs of children, the amount and frequency of these payments are common sources of conflict between parents. A parent may fail to make payments or a parent may feel that the amount is too much or too little.
When child support disputes arise, an experienced lawyer should be consulted as soon as possible. The New Jersey child support lawyers of The Cody Law Firm represent clients from Atlantic County, Burlington County and Camden County and throughout New Jersey. We know that child support litigation can become very heated and difficult. Our focus is on resolving the issues in productive ways that are healthy for the child and do not drain parents’ financial resources.
New Jersey’s Child Support Guidelines Determine The Amount Of Support
In our state, child support is calculated using a set of guidelines. Judges must consider many factors when they apply the guidelines to your family. Some of the things that will be considered are the:
- The age of each child
- The health care needs of each child
- The income of each parent
- The earning potential of each parent
- The educational needs of each child
This list is certainly not exhaustive; there are many other variables to consider. Our role as family law attorneys is to gather full and accurate information about your family and your finances to present to the judge. Whether you are obligated to pay child support or will be the one receiving it, The Cody Law Firm will present your case effectively so the judge can make a proper determination.
Contact An Atlantic County, New Jersey, Child Support Attorney
If you are involved in any kind of dispute about child support in New Jersey, The Cody Law Firm can help. Schedule a consultation by calling 609-379-3558 or toll free 800-596-4690. You can also contact us online.
The information you obtain at this site is not, nor is it intended to be, legal advice. You should consult an attorney for individual advice regarding your own situation. Before making your choice of attorney, you should give this matter careful thought. The selection of an attorney is an important decision.