Child Support & Alimony
Support obligations are important to both parties. The person receiving the child support or alimony will depend on adequate payments to support a certain lifestyle and to be able to obtain certain necessities. At the same time, the person paying the child support or alimony needs to know that they will have enough money left over to maintain a certain lifestyle and obtain necessities for their self.
In assigning child support obligations in New Jersey, the court takes into deliberation the best interest of the child, as well as each parent's financial means. Child support guidelines have been established to assist the court, and these guidelines are typically followed with rare exception.
At the Hackensack, NJ family law firm of Joseph L. Nackson, Attorney at Law, we take the time to review your situation and explain the guidelines to you. We have more than 30 years experience assisting mothers and fathers, whether married or not, in child support hearings.
Our goal is to provide you with the information and advice you need so that you are in a position to determine the best course of action, so you understand your every potential obligation.
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For a free initial phone consultation to discuss your child support or alimony matter with Hackensack family law attorney Joe Nackson, please call us at 201-342-5000.
Experienced Child Support Lawyer
Obviously, child custody and visitation has a bearing on each party's obligations, and we discuss your options with you. We assist clients in all areas of child support obligations and alimony, including the following:
- Understanding the New Jersey Child Support Guidelines
- Understanding the factors considered for alimony
- Representation in hearings regarding child support or alimony
- Alimony and child support enforcement
- Post-divorce modifications of child support
- Termination of alimony