Child Support in New Jersey
Many people think that the issue of child support in New Jersey divorce cases is easy to resolve without the input of a lawyer, because there is a written formula (the NJ Child Support Guidelines) which determines the amount of child support in every case, and there are several websites you can go to if you want to try to figure it out on your own. Click here for a link to one of those websites.
Sometimes that’s true, and sometimes it’s not.
Three Most-Frequently Asked Questions:
- How Is The Amount of Child Support Determined In New Jersey?
- When Does The Duty Of Child Support End In New Jersey?
- What Can Be Done If A New Jersey Court Orders Child Support But It Is Not Paid?
New Jersey Child Support and Other Family Law Matters Are All We Do.
Because of our singular focus and our experience, we can help you feel more comfortable about where you stand and all of your options.
At Salvaggio Law Group, we handle a limited number of cases at any given time. We don’t take on more than we can manage. Therefore, when a client needs our attention, we have the time to provide what is needed.
The first step is to call the firm. You can call us at 973-855-3595. If you prefer, fill out and submit the Contact Form on our website.
If your New Jersey child support case is one that we would consider handling, Mr. Salvaggio will take the time to talk to you personally and, if appropriate, schedule a personal and confidential Assessment in our office.
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