Read on to learn more about child support laws in New Jersey and how they may affect you if you are not the child’s biological parent. Being a parent is no easy task. Even more difficult is navigating co-parenting with an ex. Still, further issues arise when you are in a relationship with a parent, helping them raise their child, but you are not the child’s biological parent. So do you have to pay child support as a legal requirement […]
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Divorce and Child Support Attorneys in New Jersey and Passaic County, including Wayne, Clifton, Little Falls, West Milford, and Woodland Park Raising a child requires both parents to become involved in any and all decisions surrounding the child’s wellbeing, from the moment they decide to become a family. Child support would become an active variable for one of the parties if the parents decide to divorce. What Does Child Support Cover? Child support is a recurrent, continuous payment made by […]
Issues involving children such as child support and child custody follow certain guidelines set out by New Jersey statutes. However, it is important to understand that each case is considered individually based on the unique situation. Child support agreements are reached based on a combination of factors, including the figures given by a standardized formula, your child custody agreement, and other extenuating circumstances. Today, our child support calculation attorneys will discuss how child support is calculated in New Jersey, what factors are considered, and how your […]