The support your child needs
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helping get your child the support he or she deserves.

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No matter the case, we work hard to find a resolution that protects your child. In New Jersey, child support law takes several factors into account, including:

  • The number of children
  • The number of overnights exercised by the parents
  • The net incomes of both the non-custodial and the custodial parent
  • Alimony being paid and/or received
  • The cost of daycare and other childcare related expenses
  • The cost of health insurance paid by either parent
Special Circumstances

When it comes to factoring in private school, combined income wage earners, or special needs for children, we take those unique needs into account and help advocate for a customized solution that works for your child—and for you.


New Jersey law takes child support seriously. If your ex-spouse stops paying child support or has accumulated arrears, there are a large variety of enforcement tools available to make sure the child support gets paid. These include, but are not limited to: attaching wages, seizure of assets, or tax refund interception. Conversely, if a significant change in circumstances is preventing you from meeting your child support obligations, we can help determine if you are eligible for a post-judgment modification.


If you’re looking for a child custody lawyer in Bergen County, New Jersey, you’ve come to the right place. At Burke Williams, LLC, we know how critically important child custody can be during any case.

we’re fair but tough when we need to be

While we try to avoid scenarios where one party is declared a winner, we’ll always work with your interests in mind.

our promise to you is simple

We will dedicate ourselves to working to reach an outcome that’s in the best interest of your children—and works for you and your spouse.

when your child's safety is at stake

We will fight hard on your behalf, and for your child’s best interests. Whether it’s domestic violence, drug, or sexual abuse, there are times when it’s not possible for children to maintain a relationship with both parents. And we will help secure their safety.


Child custody is full of intricacies. New Jersey family law courts often want children to have strong, functional relationships with both parents. But getting there means dealing with some legal complexity. We can help you understand different types of custody, including sole legal custody, shared legal custody, sole residential custody, shared residential custody, parent of primary resident, and parent of alternate resident, as well as develop a workable visitation/parenting time schedule that fits the specific situation.

Here are some things to consider during child custody cases:

  • The child’s and parent’s physical and mental health.
  • The relationships between the child and each parent.
  • Any special needs of the child.
  • The stability of each potential home environment.
  • The relationship and cooperation between the parents.
  • The geographic distance between parent’s homes.
  • The child’s preference, if he or she is of a certain age.

To learn more about child support, contact a New Jersey lawyer at Burke Williams, LLC at our Westwood, Bergen County, New Jersey law offices by calling 
(201) 497-8700.

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