3 Things to Know About Ending Child Support Payments

3 Things to Know About Ending Child Support Payments

3 Things to Know About Ending Child Support Payments Understanding Emancipation If you’ve been divorced in New Jersey, and you don’t have primary physical custody of your children, you can expect to be paying child support until they are grown. This is a very serious obligation, a financial commitment that, depending on the age of…

New Jersey Child Support Attorney Discusses Not Paying Court-Ordered Child Support

New Jersey Child Support Attorney Discusses Not Paying Court-Ordered Child Support

New Jersey Child Support Attorney Discusses Not Paying Court-Ordered Child Support  As an experienced New Jersey Child Support Attorney I am often asked about situations when a spouse is not paying their court-ordered child support.  In New Jersey, if you are the parent who has to pay support and you fail to do so, several…

New Jersey Child Support Attorney Discusses Modifying Child Support

New Jersey Child Support Attorney Discusses Modifying Child Support

New Jersey Child Support Attorney Discusses Modifying Child Support  As an experienced New Jersey Child Support Attorney I am often asked if it’s possible to modify the child support agreement.  In New Jersey, either party, the paying parent or the parent receiving child support, can file a motion to decrease or increase the child support,…

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New Jersey Family Law Attorney Discusses Wanting to Waive Your Rights to Child Support

New Jersey Family Law Attorney Discusses Wanting to Waive Your Rights to Child Support In New Jersey, I’m often asked as a New Jersey Family Law Attorney, if it’s possible to waive child support. Child support is not a right of the parent; it’s a right of the child. In theory, you have no ability…

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New Jersey Family Law Attorney Discusses Calculating Child Support

New Jersey Family Law Attorney Discusses Calculating Child Support As an experienced New Jersey Family Law Attorney, I am often asked “how is child support calculated?”  In New Jersey, child support is calculated using what is called the child support guidelines. Many states have that, but each state’s guidelines are different. A guideline in New…

Modifying Existing Child Support Agreements

Modifying Existing Child Support Agreements

Modifying Existing Child Support Agreements It’s not uncommon to incur a significant change of economic circumstances after a divorce decree has been entered and child support payments established. A parent may suddenly be without a job, or face medical problems that drain financial resources. In addition, the needs of the child may change. You can…