How to Determine Child Support in a Divorce Case

Posted May 31st, 2013 by .

Categories: Family Law.

child-custody-moving-out-of-stateThe most important decisions you make in your divorce will involve your children. Determining which parent gets custody, how much child support should be expected from the absent spouse, grandparents’ visitation rights, and other factors will impact your children’s lives dramatically – and yours. Because of this, it is essential to have an experienced lawyer on your side who understands the child custody system in New Jersey and knows how to effectively fight for your rights.

Whether you need to press your case to be the primary custodial parent, or you simply want to ensure maximum visitation time as the non-residential parent, New Jersey family attorney Anthony Carbone can handle all of the proceedings and negotiations. If child abuse, drug addiction, or any other dangers are involved in your case, he can help you fight for sole custody.

Calculating the proper amount of child support will depend on factors like:

  • Income level(s)
  • Parenting time
  • Cost of school and/or child care
  • Children from other marriages

The laws that govern child custody and support during and after a divorce are complex. Make sure your child’s best interests and your own rights are protected.

If you are looking for an experienced child custody lawyer you can trust in New Jersey, please contact The Law Offices of Anthony Carbone, P.C. today or call 201-963-6000 to schedule your free case evaluation. Our Jersey City office is located just steps away from the Journal Square PATH station.

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