Are you in the middle of a divorce or seeking child support payments from the other parent of your child? At NJ Divorce Solutions, we represent both mothers and fathers in all situations, including those who have been asked to pay child support. Whether you are concerned about paying too much or being paid too little, we want to ensure that your concerns are addressed. The bottom line is that all parties should try to focus their efforts on their child's best interest and see that your children don't suffer.
Please reach to us today at (732) 479-4711 to set up an appointment with an Iselin divorce lawyer.
Although it is impossible to predict the exact results of your case, there are certain factors which can be used to make a prediction. In most cases, the non-custodial parent will be ordered to make child support payments to the parent with primary custody. The exact amount is generally determined based on the child custody agreement, as well as which parent has the ability to pay more.
You should never try to fight matters of child support or related issues on your own, even if the other party has promised to be amicable. When it comes to your children and money, these types of issues can quickly become heated legal disputes. Our Iselin family law attorney is dedicated to representing your best interests and helping you achieve your desired results.
If you have any questions or would like to set up a case consultation, contact our office today at (732) 479-4711.