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NJ Child Support Lawyer

Under New Jersey law both parents have an obligation for the support of their children. The New Jersey Child Support Guidelines are applicable, absent special explanation and circumstances, to determine the amount of child support to be paid by the non-residential parent to the residential parent. The actual income or in some cases "imputed" income is used to determine the child support obligation. Expenses for day care and insurance are also considered and form a part of the child support obligation. Credit is also given pursuant to a formula to the non-residential parent for his/her parenting time and will determine whether the "Sole Parenting" guidelines or the "Shared Parenting" guidelines are used. Child support is usually paid through the Probation Department which sets up an account and automatically garnishes the obligors pay and transmits payment to the residential parent.


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