New Jersey Child Support Attorneys

Safeguard your rights during the complicated process of determining child support. New Jersey law favors children and thus aims to prevent them from being victims of divorce and the separation created from being born out of wedlock. They are entitled to share the income of both of their parents, but child support agreements are often very complicated and professional legal counsel may be required to ensure they get what they are entitled to. At Borrus, Goldin, Foley, Vignuolo, Hyman & Stahl, PC, attorneys will guide you through this complex part of separation and divorce.

New Jersey Child Support Attorneys

Calculating Child Support in New Jersey


How much will child support be? This is an important question when it comes to providing for the child. Using a Child Support Calculator along with the legal assistance of a knowledgeable child support attorney can help in determining what is fair and accurate. Child Support Guidelines is the name of a computer program that is used by the courts in determining the amount of child support each parent is obligated to pay. There are many similar calculators available online, but none can give you an accurate estimate of the amount you will owe. At Borrus, Goldin, Foley, Vignuolo, Hyman & Stahl, PC, our office uses the same software used by the courts, and we get the same updates to the Child Support Guidelines program as the courts receive. This way, attorneys can calculate a highly accurate estimate of your final child support amount.

Basis for Child Support

As a partner in our law firm and the head of our Family Law Department, attorney attorneys has been accurately determining the factors involved in child support for many years. Her knowledge and skill in the area of family law can guide you and help you determine the amount of support – an amount that you will be either paying or receiving until the child comes of age. Contact attorneys at Borrus, Goldin, Foley, Vignuolo, Hyman & Stahl, PC to help you develop a child support agreement that is in you and your child’s best interest.

Calculating Child Support in New Jersey