PRLog (Press Release)
- Jan. 23, 2013 -
East Rutherford, N.J. On 12/18/12 Gary Borger Esq. spoke to over 70 NJ & NY lawyers on behalf of the NJ Institute for Continuing Legal Education (NJICLE) at the Sheraton Meadowlands in East Rutherford, NJ. The presentation was entitled, "Mastering the New Jersey Child Support Guidelines."
Key topics covered during the lecture were how the Guidelines work, how they are to be used, and how errors in entering data into and making critical decisions in using the Guidelines worksheets can affect their clients' entitlements or obligations.
Other areas covered were:
• The effect the age of the child(ren) have on support amounts and why.
• Why different income categories produce different support amounts.
• The difference between the sole parenting vs. the shared parenting worksheets.
• Tax methods you should use to compute net income for support calculations.
• What to do when the parties' incomes exceed New Jersey's tax and support tables.
• What are "other dependent deductions?" How are the deductions computed and what impact do they have on the child support calculation?
• When a Shared Parenting Worksheet can and cannot be used.
• If the parents have equal parenting time, is PPR and who is PAR? What difference does it make? And, what happens to the child support amounts?
• How do I prepare split parenting case worksheets?
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Located in Cherry Hill, NJ, Borger Matez, P.A. is principally a family law and divorce law practice. The firm concentrates its practice in divorce and family law litigation, arbitration, mediation of family law and matrimonial issues, and collaborative law (one of the newest areas of dispute resolution in the family law field). Their practice includes but is not limited to, divorce, custody, parenting time (formerly called “visitation”)
, alimony, child support, equitable distribution of marital property, post-divorce disputes (i.e., custody/parenting time modifications, alimony and child support modifications, enforcement)
, domestic violence matters, DYFS matters, adoptions, and applications to relocate children from New Jersey coincident to or after separation or divorce. The attorneys in the firm also regularly prepare and negotiate all types of pre-marital and divorce-related settlement agreements. An extensive list of questions and answers which regularly are asked by family law clients can be found at their website. For more information, call (856) 424-3444 or visit http://www.njfamilylaw.net