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Are you in the middle of a divorce or seeking child support payments from the other parent of your child? At Netsquire, 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 address your concerns. The bottom line is that all parties should focus on their child’s best interests and see that their children don’t suffer.

Contact a New Jersey child support lawyer from our team today. You can rely on us.

Understanding Child Support in New Jersey

Child support in New Jersey (NJ) is a vital aspect of family law, ensuring children receive the financial support they need. New Jersey child support lawyers assist parents in navigating this process. Determined by factors like income, custody, and expenses, child support payments are vital for a child’s well-being. Legal guidelines dictate payment amounts and consider the child’s best interests. Knowledgeable lawyers help parents grasp these complexities, ensuring fair arrangements. If you’re facing child support issues, consulting a skilled NJ child support attorney is essential. They guide you through the process, ensuring your child’s financial stability and securing their future.

Calculating Child Support Payments

Although it is impossible to predict your case’s exact results, certain factors 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.

A few of the factors which may be used for child support calculations in New Jersey include:

  • Each parent’s income and earning ability
  • Each parent’s education level and job
  • Each parent’s ability to spend time with the child
  • The existing or proposed child custody agreement

Do You Have to Pay Child Support if You Have 50/50 Custody in NJ?

Yes, the parent with the higher income will be required to pay child support with 50/50 custody in New Jersey. Although that parent makes payments to child support to the parent with the lower income, the court will award the higher paying parent more time, including overnight time.

When you hire the professionals at Netsquire, you can ensure that our lawyers handle your case with the utmost respect.

Our legal team boasts decades of experience managing hundreds of child support claims.

As a result, we supply the first-rate legal counsel essential for the proper solution to such a challenging and often overwhelming case.

To get started on your child support lawsuit, consider the following information on how child support works in New Jersey and what you can expect during this procedure.

Why Do You Need a New Jersey Child Support Attorney?

Handling child support law in New Jersey requires a skilled child support attorney. Dealing with child support amounts, order modifications, and payment enforcement can be overwhelming. A capable attorney ensures you understand your rights, prevents errors leading to unfair burdens, and advocates for your child’s interests. From the first consultation to courtroom representation, an experienced New Jersey child support lawyer offers personalized guidance. Whether negotiating with the other parent or presenting your case to a judge, their knowledge assures a favorable resolution, securing your child’s financial support.

Hire a New Jersey Child Support Attorney

You should never try to fight 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 issues can quickly become heated legal disputes. Our New Jersey family law attorney is dedicated to representing your best interests and helping you achieve your desired results. We serve Edison and all of Middlesex County.

Contact us today to schedule a free consultation.

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You have no children.
You have nothing to divide.
You just want a divorce ASAP.

FLAT FEE (Pay in Full Rate)
+ State of NJ Filing Fee
  • All divorce documents will be drafted and filed for you
  • Entire process personally supervised by NJ divorce attorney
  • Both parties must cooperate and sign documents when we provide them to you
  • New Jersey filing fee not included
  • Access to a NJ divorce attorney to ask questions

You already have a verbal agreement on money and your children.
We’ll put it in a written, legally-binding settlement agreement for you.

FLAT FEE (Pay in Full Rate)
+ State of NJ Filing Fee
  • You get everything in the Basic package PLUS the following:
  • A NJ divorce attorney will draft a full and comprehensive written settlement agreement that resolves all your issues at your specific direction
  • You will be guided through the settlement process to make sure nothing is missed!
  • Support from a NJ divorce attorney throughout the process

You need help arriving at an agreement on your money and/or children.
We’ll mediate between you and your partner to negotiate a fair agreement.

FLAT FEE (Pay in Full Rate)
+ State of NJ Filing Fee
  • You get everything in the Basic and Premium package PLUS the following:
  • Three hours of Mediation with a NJ licensed attorney and trained mediator over ZOOM
  • Additional mediation time at an additional flat fee or hourly rate (if needed)
  • Post-Mediation email support with your mediator
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Divorce In 4 Steps:

Protect your kids

From custody to visits to holidays, we’ll walk you through every decision you need to make in order to move on with your life while protecting your kids.

Handle your money

Should there be alimony? What about child support? How are your children’s expenses going to be shared? We’ll help you figure it all out.

Divide your stuff

We’ll help you decide how to divide your marital home, bank accounts, retirement accounts, cars, debt, and anything else you need to split up.

Get your divorce.

Once you create an agreement about your money, your children, and your stuff, we’ll file all your documents and make sure your divorce is done quickly and correctly.

Your Guides to a Peaceful Separation.

Most law firms don’t know how to resolve divorce. They only know how to fight – because that’s how it’s always been done.

At Netsquire, we’ve ripped up the divorce playbook to make it quicker, simpler, and drama-free. We offer online mediation and document prep services, all for one transparent, flat fee.

With a whole lot of experience under our belts—decades, in fact—we’ve given thousands of couples the nudge they needed to move past divorce and rediscover their happy place.

We’re not just attorneys. We’re your guides, allies, and advocates. We’ll navigate this journey with you, prioritizing your peace of mind and financial health along the way.

FAQ: New Jersey Child Support Lawyer

What does a New Jersey child support lawyer do?

A New Jersey child support lawyer assists parents in legal matters related to child support, including calculating support amounts, modifying orders, and enforcing payments. They provide guidance, represent clients in court, and ensure the child’s best interests are upheld.

What happens if my financial situation changes?

If your financial situation changes due to job loss, income fluctuations, or other circumstances, you can request a modification of the child support order. A child support attorney assists in filing the necessary paperwork and presenting your case to the court.

Can I enforce child support payments if the other parent doesn't comply?

Yes, you can enforce child support payments through legal means. A child support lawyer helps you navigate enforcement options such as wage garnishment, tax refund interception, and property liens to ensure the owed support is received.

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