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Child Support Lawyers in Mercer County, NJ
Family Law Attorneys Representing Parents in Child Support Cases in Trenton, Hamilton and Throughout Mercer County and Beyond
During a divorce or broken relationship, issues regarding child support, custody, and visitation are often the most emotionally charged. Both parents may want what is in their children’s best interests, but in cases involving child support, other factors usually prohibit a mutual decision from being reached. In these instances, it is in your best interests to retain a skilled, experienced family law attorney.
The Davis Law Firm, LLC, represents clients in a variety of complex child support issues, whether related to divorce, paternity disputes, enforcement, or post-order modifications. We take tremendous pride in being a strong voice for our clients, and we will not rest until we achieve the best results possible in each case.
To speak to a lawyer who will fight for you, call us directly or send an e-mail using our secure contact form. We promptly return all phone calls and e-mails, often within the same day.
Understanding Child Support Laws in New Jersey and Pennsylvania
Both New Jersey and Pennsylvania determine child support using the “Income Shares” method, which means child support amounts are based on the combined income of both parents. Other factors the court may take into consideration are, as follows:
- Work-Related Day-Care Expenses
- Health Insurance Costs
- Special Needs of the Child
- Voluntary Underemployment of the Noncustodial Parent
- Amount of Overnight Visitation/Parenting Time
- Other Dependents or Child Support Obligations
It is vital for noncustodial parents to stay current on monthly support payments, or they will be charged with contempt based on nonpayment of child support. If either parent’s situation changes, it is important to apply to the court for modifications as soon as possible because adjustments will not be made retroactively.
Mercer County Divorce and Family Law Attorneys Who Will Advocate for You
As skilled Trenton child support attorneys, we are prepared to help clients across New Jersey and Pennsylvania. We are dedicated to securing successful outcomes for our clients. We can help with the following:
- Calculating and Establishing Child Support Payment Schedules
- Child Support Enforcement
- Modifications to Current Child Support Obligations
Contact Your Trial Attorney Today
Get justice for your legal issue. Contact us today by calling us directly or sending us an e-mail through our secure online form. Our attorneys represent clients throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey, including those in Trenton, Hamilton, Lawrenceville and Princeton. We accept Visa and MasterCard.
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