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, depending on the circumstances.
This is called the post-divorce motion. Factors such as illness, loss of a job, child attending a college or private school could be reasons to either increase or decrease child support.
Do you have questions about modifying your child support agreement? If so, contact the experienced New Jersey Child Support Attorney Brian Freeman.