Let us guide you through the steps of determining appropriate child support in Southern New Jersey.
Our experienced lawyers will guide and assist you in providing for your child's health and welfare. New Jersey law requires that both parents be held responsible for financially supporting their child and meeting a basic level of a child's needs. In many cases, child support arrangements include a discussion of medical insurance coverage, out-of-pocket medical expenses, extracurricular activities and other needs. When divorcing, separating or in the event of a change in your situation, consult Martine Katz Scanlon to see how we can negotiate or make an application to the Court to establish or modify child support.
If you're looking for compassionate, competent legal representation, retain Martine & Katz Scanlon, P.A. to handle your child support case. Our Child Support attorneys can help you and your spouse:
The amount of child support awarded depends on a number of factors. A Judge will look at how much parenting time the child spends with each parent, the income of each party, the amount of income each party could potentially earn, work-related day care costs, health insurance costs, and even the other children either parent might have. A judge will look at: