Saturday, April 21, 2012
Child Support guidelines
Bergen County child support is set using the New Jersey guidelines. It is based on both parents’ income and other resources, and the amount of time their children spend with each of them. If one parent has no income but is able to work, the state might set child support amount based on “imputed income”, or the amount the parent could reasonably be expected to earn if they were employed. Setting child support may sound simple enough, but there are many different factors that can affect the child support amount. The detailed guidelines for child support are available on the state website. If you feel your child support amount has been set unfairly, a family law attorney can help you get your amount modified.
The highly qualified Bergen County lawyers at Aretsky & Aretsky provide experienced, caring, and aggressive representation in the areas of Divorce, Criminal Defense, Employment Law and Personal Injury with offices in: Bergen County, Hackensack, Ridgewood, Mahwah, Fort Lee.
Eric Aretsky has been practicing law in Bergen County since 1991. After earning his Juris Doctorate from New York Law School in 1990, Mr. Aretsky served as a judicial law clerk for the Honorable Conrad W. Krafte (Retired)
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