Child Support

Child support is a sticky issue for many people. If you are facing a divorce as the parent who will need support, you know that raising your child will be costly. If you are likely to be the paying spouse, you want to make sure your child has the needed support, but you do not want to pay more than necessary.

As a child support lawyer serving southern New Jersey, I can represent you in your child support dispute and other divorce-related issues. I consider myself more than a lawyer; I am also a
counselor of the law. I will help you understand your rights and options in the legal system and walk you through every aspect of your case.
Determining Child Support In New Jersey

For the most part, child support is standardized in New Jersey and guidelines are used to calculate an amount. The courts will use these predetermined guidelines to establish the amount of child support to order, based on a percentage of the paying spouse’s net monthly income per child.

Alterations From The Child Support Guidelines

Generally, the court uses the statutory formula for determining child support, but if the child is disabled in some way or if other extraordinary circumstances exist, there is the possibility of convincing the court to deviate from that amount.

Protecting Your Interests And The Interests Of The Children

Whether we are working with clients, the other party’s counsel or judges, We try to keep everyone in the frame of mind that raising a child is costly, and these costs will continue at least until the child is 18 years old or out of school. Protecting the interests of the children and making sure they receive adequate support is one of the most important things I do as a lawyer.

Contact Bruce K. Warren today to schedule a consultation about your child custody matter today.
Bruce K. Warren represent residents of Cumberland County, Salem County, Cape May County, Atlantic County, Gloucester County, Camden County and Burlington County and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania