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Child Support

Child Support

Secure Your Child’s Future Today

Child support is a legal requirement in New Jersey, mandated by state law, and must be included in any men’s divorce settlement or decree involving unemancipated children. Contrary to popular belief, child support is not meant to punish the paying parent or reward the custodial parent but rather to ensure the best interests and well-being of the child. It is important to note that child support obligations cannot be discharged through bankruptcy or unemployment, and custodial parents cannot voluntarily waive their right to receive child support. Our child support attorney at Krompier Law is here to guide you through the intricacies of child support laws in New Jersey and help you establish, modify, or enforce child support arrangements.

Our experienced lawyers have extensive knowledge in child support modification and enforcement of standing orders. While the amount of child support is determined based on each parent’s income, it is important to understand that changes in the custodial parent’s financial situation or remarriage do not automatically alter the non-custodial parent’s child support obligations. In order to seek a modification of child support, there must be a significant and unforeseen change in circumstances. It is crucial for non-custodial parents to take proactive steps and not wait until they are held in contempt of court for non-compliance with their child support obligations, as modifications cannot be applied retroactively. Our child support lawyers at Krompier Law, located in New Jersey, serve clients in Monmouth County, Ocean County, Middlesex County, and throughout the state of New Jersey. We also provide experienced legal counsel for modifying and enforcing standing orders of support.

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How Can We Help?

If you are facing difficulties with the child support aspect of your men’s divorce in Monmouth County or if your soon-to-be ex-spouse is misrepresenting your income as a self-employed business owner, our family law firm is here to protect your rights. At Krompier Law, we prioritize the well-being of husbands and fathers in our state. With attorney Douglas Krompier at the helm, we ensure that your interests are safeguarded throughout the men’s divorce process, from initial consultations to negotiations, settlement conferences, and litigation when necessary. Our goal is to establish fair child support levels that adhere to New Jersey statutes and align with your personal budget.

Child Support Lawyers Near Me

Looking for the best child support attorney? If you feel that the child support responsibilities in your men’s divorce case are being overlooked or if your income is being manipulated unfairly, resulting in an unjust amount of child support, we encourage you to contact us today. Attorney Douglas I. Krompier, renowned for his expertise in men’s divorce cases, is dedicated and assertive in protecting your rights as a husband and father. To schedule an initial consultation, please call us at (732) 431-9188.

Men’s Divorce Practice Areas


We assist in navigating alimony matters, helping you understand your rights and obligations, and working towards a fair and reasonable spousal support arrangement.

Child Custody

Our team prioritizes the best interests of your children, advocating for your parental rights and developing custody arrangements that promote their well-being and stability.

Post-Judgment Modifications

When circumstances change, we assist in modifying existing court orders related to child custody or support to reflect your current situation and protect your interests.

Domestic Violence Restraining Orders

If you are a victim of domestic violence, we provide compassionate support, helping you obtain restraining orders to ensure your utmost safety.

Prenuptial and Postnuptial Agreements

Our attorneys offer expert advice in creating legally sound agreements that protect your assets and clarify financial expectations before or during the marriage.

Child Relocation

Whether you need to relocate or challenge a proposed move, we guide you through the legal process, advocating for your rights and the best interests of your child.