How Child Support is Calculated in New Jersey?
Ocean County NJ Child Support Attorneys
Providing Child Support Calculation counsel in Sea Girt, Brick, Wall, Seaside Heights, Toms River and across the Jersey Shore
As opposed to alimony, which is depending on the variety of factors as well as the judge’s feel of the case, New Jersey child support is based on a calculation. When determining child support, New Jersey uses the “New Jersey Child Support Guidelines,” which comes from the New Jersey Court Rules. When calculating child support, we first use the custodial parent’s income, then we use the noncustodial parent’s income, and then, – it is very important, the number of overnights that the noncustodial parent has with the child or children is then factored in to the guidelines. Obviously, the number of children as well as whether or not the children are over or below the age of 12 is then factored in as well. Finally, we include any work-related daycare costs, whether or not alimony is paid or received, whether or not there is medical insurance premium paid by either parent. All this is placed into a formula, a button is clicked, and then your child support figure is calculated.
Contact our Ocean County, NJ Child Support Attorneys
The attorneys that make up the Bronzino Family Law Team understand the struggles that many people go through because of child support payments. We will help you comprehend how those payments are calculated. Our attorneys have the knowledge to help guide you through the often complicated legal process and provide client-centered counsel every step of the way. To speak with to us today in a free and confidential consultation, please contact us online or through our Brick, NJ offices at (732) 812-3102.