SOUTH JERSEY CHILD SUPPORT ATTORNEY
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Whether you need to create a fair child support agreement in a divorce, enforce child support, or modify an existing support order, you can rely on Burnham Law Group, LLC to protect you and your child’s rights. Our South Jersey child support lawyers are both experienced and knowledgeable in family law matters and work tirelessly to provide you with a complete and effective argument with presenting your child support needs.
Why Choose Our Child Support Lawyers?
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- 28+ years’ experience serving South Jersey
- Nation’s Top 1% (National Association of Distinguished Counsel)
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No family law matter is too complex for our dedicated team to handle. When you need a skilled South Jersey child support lawyer on your side, you can rely on our legal advocates. We are well-prepared to protect you and your child’s financial well-being and future.
Determining Child Support Amounts in South Jersey
New Jersey uses the “income shares” method of determining child support. This means that the level of support will be based on the income of both parents combined. To determine the amount to be paid in child support, there are a number of predetermined factors outlined by New Jersey Statutes 2A:34-23.
These factors include:
- The child’s needs
- Each parent’s standard of living
- Each parent’s assets and income
- Each parent and the child’s health and age
There could be several other factors that determine the amount of court-ordered child support.
Contact a South Jersey Child Support Lawyer at Burnham Law Group, LLC
At Burnham Law Group, LLC, we understand that each case is unique, and we want to help you achieve a resolution that is custom-tailored to you and your child’s needs. Make sure your rights are protected in court. Work with an award-winning legal team.
Our offices are conveniently located in Marlton and Somers Point, New Jersey. We serve clients throughout South Jersey including those in Atlantic County, Burlington County, and Camden County.
Start with a free consultation: Call (856) 751-5505 or contact us online.