Middlesex County Child Support Lawyers
How do you determine the appropriate amount of child support? Each child's needs are different. The lawyers at Goldstein, Bachman & Newman, P.A. will guide you through the process.
New Jersey child support is awarded based on a complex formula. With the processes and worksheets to complete, it is helpful to have an experienced lawyer. We can determine the nuances of your situation that are harder to define on a set formula.
How to obtain a child support for unique situations
Not every family can be fit neatly into a formula. Your child support order should account for these unique circumstances:
- Disabled children
- Children with special needs
- College age children
- Wealthy families
- Same sex families
- Custody by grandparents or stepparents
- Work-related day care expense
- Health insurance for the minor child
Our lawyers will sit down with you to determine whether you may be eligible for a variation from the statutory guidelines. We work with families who exceed the income guidelines. These complex financial matters call for an attorney experienced in family law. The costs of work-related day care and health insurance need to be factored in also.
You never waive your right to ask for child support
You should understand your child's right to child support. If there has been a substantial change in circumstances a court can modify an existing child support order. You are entitled to an automatic review, as a payor or a payee of support, every three years, to determine if the amount is appropriate. The age of the child or children may affect the amount to be paid. Our lawyers can help you take actions that are best for you and your family.
Contact Us to set up a free initial consultation.
Goldstein, Bachman & Newman, P.A.
14 Woodward Drive
Old Bridge, NJ 08857
Phone 732-360-9300 ▪ Fax 732-360-9347