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 Guidelines | Mediation
Through the structured process of mediation, couples can put aside their differences and focus on the one objective where they tend to agree on their children’s well-being. In cases involving children of high wage earners, where the child support will exceed the regular Child Support Guidelines, the parties may decide to mediate the issue of child support. Mediation presents a forum for creating fair child support plans that allow both parents to share in the financial obligations of raising their children. Tanya L. Freeman can guide you through the process toward equitable solutions.
Child Support Guidelines | Litigation
In some cases, litigation is necessary for your child to receive fair financial support from both parents. Tanya L. Freeman will methodically prepare for litigation to assist you in obtaining a support arrangement for your child.
Child Support Guidelines | Enforcement
If your spouse has fallen behind on child support payments, you may need assistance to collect the money that rightfully belongs to your child. Tanya L. Freeman will guide you through the process of enforcing your child support order.
Child Support Guidelines | Modification
Financial problems may put you in a different financial situation than when you and your spouse divorced. Tanya L. Freeman can help you navigate the process of modifying your child support order so that you and your former spouse more equitably share in the expenses of raising your child.
Are you facing a problem that is affecting your child support arrangement? Contact our New Jersey child support lawyers today to schedule a free consultation.