Spousal and Child Support in New Jersey

Our experienced attorneys work directly with each individual client to ensure that the child support orders are fairly calculated.

spousal-child-support-njThe states of New Jersey have laws in place requiring all parents to provide financial support for their children. In most cases, regardless if the parents of the child are not married or in a relationship, the courts can still order non-custodial parents to provide the co-parent with proper resources to care for the child. Our experienced and dedicated Divorce Attorneys will personally sit down with you and take the time to explain your rights and your options in regards to NJ child support guidelines.

Both New Jersey have adopted standard state guidelines to help in calculating the amount of required child support from one parent to the other. Some of the more major deciding factors can be: the income of both parents, amount of time spent with the children at each household and the number of children between the separated spouses. The state of New Jersey Courts however do have the authority to use discretion to stray from the standard guidelines in certain circumstances such as one parent receiving a considerably higher salary than the other.

How We Work for the Success of Our Clients

Our experienced Divorce Lawyers at Giro Attorneys at Law will work directly with each individual client to ensure that the child support orders are fairly calculated. We take the time to explain and differentiate between the various tax implications for different custody and child support arrangements. After fully disclosing all of your legal rights in regards to a child custody and support settlement, our reputable and well qualified Divorce Attorneys will work with you to get the appropriate order set into place.

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