Child Custody Consequences of Alienation in New Jersey

Parental alienation is defined as one parent interfering with the other parent’s ability to spend time with their children. This often occurs when the individual attempts to poison the child against the other parent. This is a tactic to punish their ex-spouse throughout and following their divorce and is looked down on severely by the […]

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What is the child support termination process in New Jersey?

Those paying child support in New Jersey should familiarize themselves with the child support laws here in NJ, including those regarding child support termination. Continue reading to discover New Jersey’s child support termination process. Reach out to an experienced New Jersey child support attorney for assistance with any child support questions or concerns you might […]

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Can I make modifications post-divorce?

The courts understand that divorce is complicated and the complexity of two ex-spouses, especially ones that may share kids, does not stop after divorce. If your life has changed substantially, you may want to consider revisiting your initial divorce agreements. There might be modifications that you can make that will better reflect your current situation. […]

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Will I Have to Pay Child Support in New Jersey Even if I Was Never Married?

If you are the mother or father of a child, though you and the child’s other parent are no longer together, you are most likely wondering whether you will be required to pay child support. Please continue reading and speak with our experienced New Jersey family law attorneys to learn more about how support works […]

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