Ensuring Accuracy In Child Support Calculations
Child support is governed by specific New Jersey state guidelines. While the statutes spell out the formula, child support must be based upon factual information. Exact income and expense data must go into the calculations to make them accurate and truly reflective of the larger picture. Being fair and equitable is in the best interests of all parties, particularly your children.
Relieving Your Biggest Divorce Concerns
At the law firm of Carolann M. Aschoff, P.C., our focus is always our clients’ interests. We can strongly advocate your eligibility to receive child support payments or fight for your right to lower or eliminate a child support decree when payments are unnecessary.
Our lawyers know that finances are a major concern during divorce. We will discuss your child support options with you to find the resolution best suited to your needs.