Hackensack Child Support Attorneys
Thorough Guidance for Families throughout Bergen County
No child should suffer financially as a result of his or her parents’ divorce or separation. This very simple concept serves as the foundation for New Jersey’s child support guidelines.
To help all of our clients, our Hackensack lawyers can inform and guide you through a number of issues, including:
- Child Support Guidelines
- What Basic Child Support Covers
- College Contribution
- Child Support Modification
What Are New Jersey’s Child Support Laws?
The stated purpose of the guidelines is to treat children of unformed or broken families the same as those of intact families. This means that in a divorce or separation context, both parents will be called upon to share in all of a child’s needs, from the basic needs to the extraordinary needs, and from infancy through college, and sometimes beyond.
Expert Legal Representation for Child Support Cases
When it comes to child support matters, having a knowledgeable and experienced attorney on your side can make all the difference. At Laterra & Hodge, LLC, our team of dedicated Hackensack child support attorneys is committed to providing thorough and compassionate guidance for families throughout Bergen County. We understand the complexities of New Jersey's child support laws and will work tirelessly to ensure that your rights and the best interests of your children are protected.
Our child support services include:
- Calculating child support payments
- Modifying existing child support orders
- Enforcing child support obligations
- Resolving disputes and disagreements
Whether you are seeking to establish child support, modify an existing agreement, or enforce a court order, our team is here to help. Schedule your free consultation with us today to discuss your child support needs and explore your legal options.
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At Laterra & Hodge, LLC, our attorneys know the guidelines. We know how to apply them, when deviation from them is appropriate, what they are intended to cover, and what is not included. Allow us to make sure that your child receives his fair share, and that both parties be required to contribute your child’s needs.