Category Archives: Child Support

Providing Legal Assistance for Child Support Issues

Providing Legal Assistance for Child Support Issues

Dedicated family law attorney Tanya L. Freeman has been providing legal assistance for child support issues to New Jersey residents for years. Contact our office today to schedule a free consultation. We have convenient locations in East Hanover, Jersey City, and Montclair. Providing Legal Assistance for Child Support Issues | Mediation Through the structured process […]

Child Support Questions

Child Support Questions

If you are visiting this page, you probably have a few child support questions relating to teenagers, such as college expenses, extracurricular activities, and car insurance. Here is some helpful information that will give you a better understanding of how child support is handled in New Jersey. Child Support Questions | How Do We Handle […]

Child Support Guidelines

Child Support Guidelines

Child Support Guidelines New Jersey law establishes general child support guidelines. Dedicated child support attorney Tanya L. Freeman can help you understand the basis and structure of these guidelines and how they apply to you, and then help you obtain support payments that best accommodate your financial circumstances and provide for your child’s needs. Child Support […]

Splitting Costs of Raising a Child After Divorce

Splitting Costs of Raising a Child After Divorce

Splitting Costs of Raising a Child After Divorce Are you worried about splitting costs of raising a child after divorce? This can be a difficult thing to do if you and your spouse can’t come to an agreement. Splitting Costs of Raising a Child After Divorce | School Tuition If your child has been enrolled […]

Calculating Child Support

Calculating Child Support New Jersey Family Law Attorney Lawyer

When going through a divorce, calculating child support may be something that you have been worrying about. In New Jersey, this is done in a formulaic way. New Jersey law provides two sets of guidelines – often called “worksheets” – for determining the amount of child support. One worksheet is for a “Sole Parenting” situation […]