Child support is mandated by New Jersey State law and must be included in any divorce settlement or divorce decree when unemancipated children are involved. Conflicting to what most people believe, it is not intended to punish the person required to pay it or reward the custodial parent who receives it. It is in the best interest for the benefit of a child, and the obligation to pay child support cannot be selectively discharged through bankruptcy or unemployment, and cannot be voluntarily waived by the custodial parent. Our child support lawyers at Krompier Law will help you understand the law of child support in New Jersey and assist you to establish, modify or enforce child support.
Our knowledgeable lawyers have years of experience in child support modification and the enforcement of standing orders of child support. While the amount of child support is determined by the income of each parent, just because a custodial parent gets remarried or improves his or her financial situation does not mean the child support obligations of the non-custodial parent will change or stop. There needs to be a material, unforeseen change in your circumstances to entitle you to a modification of your child support agreement or order. If you are the non-custodial parent paying child support, don’t wait until the court holds you in contempt for failing to abide by the terms of your divorce settlement or court order, as child support cannot be modified retroactively. This is a time to take charge and to be proactive. The child support lawyers here at Krompier Law, based in freehold new jersey, assist our clients in Monmouth County, Ocean County, Middlesex County and anywhere else in the state of New Jersey. We also offer experienced legal counsel in the modification and enforcement of standing orders of support.
Is the child support portion of your impending Monmouth County Divorce being made more difficult than it should be? Has your soon to be ex-spouse been inflating and exaggerating your income from your self-employment as a business owner? Are you being obligated and/or coerced into paying or agreeing to pay an unfair amount of child support or alimony, due to your success as a business owner or corporate executive?
At the family law offices of Douglas I. Krompier in Freehold, we protect the rights of husbands and fathers in our state. Our men’s divorce firm cares for you, your children, and your future as a family. Our firm’s founding attorney, Monmouth County Divorce Lawyer Douglas Krompier looks out for your interests during every phase of your divorce, from your initial consultation through discussions with opposing counsel, settlement conferences and litigation when necessary. We seek fair child support levels that conform to New Jersey statutes and that can be accommodated within your own personal budget.
If the child support responsibilities in your divorce aren’t getting the attention they deserve, or if your income is being unfairly manipulated into an amount that is not representative of your actual earnings, please contact us in Freehold today. Our experienced men’s divorce attorney Douglas I. Krompier will be focused and aggressive in protecting your rights as husband and father.
Contact us by phone for an initial consultation. Call (732)431-9188 for representation in Monmouth County, Mercer County, Middlesex County, Ocean County, or anywhere else in the state of New Jersey.
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If you and your former New Jersey spouse continue to disagree on fair levels of child support, contact us. The easiest way to reach us is by phone at (732)431-9188. We look forward to speaking with you.
Paying Too Much Child Support? Being Pressured Into Agreeing To An Unfair Child Support Obligation? Speak With Douglas I. Krompier MBA LLC
We know the many nuances of the New Jersey child support law that can benefit you, and the major factors determining support, such as:
- Self-employment income
- Health issues for a parent
- Health care costs for a child
- Career improvements or setbacks
- College education financial considerations
- Additional concurrent child support obligations for other children
You can put your trust in and depend on our firm to attend to your every domestic relations legal need. We negotiate with your unique legal needs uppermost in our minds, but will litigate forcefully on your behalf if we have to. Our primary goal at the law offices of Douglas I. Krompier MBA LLC is for the protection of your rights as husband and father. You can help us, starting today, by telling us your side of the story during your initial consultation at our Freehold law offices.