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Helping You Reach A Child Support Agreement Through Negotiation, Mediation Or Litigation

Child support is defined as the basic amount of financial support needed to provide for the health and welfare of a child or children. New Jersey child support and custody laws mandate that each parent be responsible for financially supporting their child or children to ensure that those needs are met.

When divorcing or separating, or if you are part of a nonintact family, it is extremely important that a child support settlement is reached, via negotiation, mediation or trial, that will both protect your children’s needs and your own ability to support yourself.

Understanding New Jersey Child Support Guidelines

Today, in most cases, New Jersey courts use a set of guidelines for child support awards and obligations. However, given the unique set of circumstances regarding each family, there are variables and considerations contained in the New Jersey court rules and case law.

The Importance Of Hiring An Experienced Family Law Attorney

A family law and matrimonial attorney with extensive knowledge in this area of law, one who performs child support calculations on a day-to-day basis, will greatly enhance your ability to increase or decrease your child support award or obligation.

Calculating child support is a skill that is developed over time by the family law attorney, and the adage “practice makes perfect” definitely applies.

Experienced, Well-Versed In New Jersey Child Support Laws

The attorneys at Musulin Law Firm, LLC, have performed thousands of child support calculations. Our legal team will offer you legal advice to determine how your specific family dynamics such as parenting time, child care and other children will impact your child support award or obligation.

Child Support Modifications

If you believe you should be receiving additional support or can no longer make your child support payments because of a change of circumstances, like a job loss, our lawyers can help you determine whether you should file for a modification of child support.

Many people fail to realize that there are multiple factors that impact the determination of child support amounts. Acquiring competent legal advice to determine if a modification is appropriate or in fact detrimental to you is very important.

Contact Us For New Jersey Child Support Information

Schedule a consultation with a lawyer from our office in Mount Holly today. We serve clients throughout South Jersey and nationally and overseas.

Call 609-267-0070 or send an email today. Our office is located directly from the Superior Court of Burlington County.

Serving all of South Jersey including Medford, Moorestown, Mt. Laurel, Marlton, Shamong, Tabernacle, Pemberton, Maple Shade, Delran, Delanco, and Cinnaminson.