Helping Your Child Through the Divorce Process

Posted March 11th, 2019 by .

Categories: Family Law.

If you and your spouse are going through a divorce, it’s important that you take the appropriate time to talk with your child(ren) about what’s actually going on and to help them deal with their emotions. However, their emotions can vary depending on their age. Your child may feel stressed, sad, afraid, frustrated, or even […]

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Confused About Child Support Calculations? What You Should Know

Posted January 8th, 2019 by .

Categories: Family Law.

Raising children costs money. Most assuredly, you’re either nodding your head in agreement – or thinking that first assertion sounds like a gross understatement. In the meantime, you could be confused. How exactly are child support calculations computed in New Jersey? No doubt you already know that your children have the right to financial support […]

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How Does Child Support Work When the Divorce Isn’t Final?

Posted June 14th, 2017 by .

Categories: Family Law.

You and your soon-to-be ex-husband have been going through a tough time with your divorce. Despite several disagreements on the division of property and assets, the one thing you can agree on is custody. Since your husband travels for work the majority of the year, your children will be living with you and he will pay child […]

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What Happens If You Don’t Pay Child Support?

Posted May 24th, 2017 by .

Categories: Family Law.

As part of your divorce agreement, the court decided that your ex-wife will pay child support to you every month until your son turns 18. She’s not happy with the order and makes it known by paying you at the very last minute. Then one month goes by, no payment. A second month goes by […]

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What Happens to Child Support When the Child Reaches 18?

Posted May 19th, 2017 by .

Categories: Family Law.

You’ve been paying child support for your son for some time now. He’s about to turn 18 in a few weeks and plans to go to college in the fall. This means he’s an adult, so the child support order is at an end, correct? Well, yes and no. Here’s why. Child Support Ends at […]

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Can You Refuse Visitation if Child Support is Not Paid?

Posted November 14th, 2016 by .

Categories: Family Law.

You have joint custody of your daughter with your ex-husband, who pays you child support since he makes more money than you. He feels that he doesn’t need to pay you child support and for the past few months hasn’t given you any more. Though he still visits his daughter, you have not seen a single […]

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Child Support Payments About to Change in New Jersey

Posted October 14th, 2016 by .

Categories: Family Law.

A new law in New Jersey will soon go into effect and could impact the duration of child support payments. Last January, the state Legislature signed a new emancipation statute into law. The statute, signed into law by Gov. Christie on May and will take effect in February, will apply to all support orders that […]

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Will Child Support Come Out of My Disability Payments?

Posted August 22nd, 2016 by .

Categories: Family Law.

As part of your divorce agreement you are responsible of paying child support to your ex-spouse. But you suddenly become injured on the job and are unable to work. You are placed on Social Security disability. How is this going to affect your child support payments? Do you still have to send in a full […]

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If I’m Hurt at Work, How Can I Pay for Child Support?

Posted March 23rd, 2016 by .

Categories: Family Law, Workers Compensation.

As required by your divorce agreement, you must pay child support to your ex-spouse. You’ve paid it every month without fail. However, one day at work, you get into an accident that breaks your spine. You are now paralyzed from the waist down and cannot return to your former job. Workers’ compensation has covered all […]

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How Moving My Child Out of State Affects Child Custody

Posted February 10th, 2016 by .

Categories: Family Law.

One of the major concerns any divorcing family has to deal with is what to do with the children. Usually, a joint custody arrangement can be made between the two parties. However, there are times when this can’t be done. For instance, when someone decides to move out of New Jersey. For example: After a […]

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