When will my child be emancipated from child support?

If you believe your child is old enough or has the means to support themselves, you might be interested in emancipation. If you believe your child should be emancipated, continue reading to discover the answers to the most common questions you might have regarding the topic. Reach out to our experienced attorney with any further questions you might have regarding this process. We are prepared to walk you through a…Read More

How Long Will I Have to Pay Child Support in New Jersey?

One of the most common questions that supporting parents have is when child support payments end. Please continue reading and speak with our knowledgeable New Jersey family law attorneys to learn more about child support in New Jersey, when child support ends, and how our firm can help you through every step of the legal process ahead. Here are some of the questions you may have: How do New Jersey…Read More

When Can I Stop Paying Child Support in New Jersey?

As a parent who is currently paying child support, you are most likely wondering when, under New Jersey law, you are no longer obligated to pay child support. Please continue reading and speak with our New Jersey family law attorneys to learn more about child support in New Jersey and how our firm can help you. Here are some of the questions you may have: When does child support end…Read More

My Spouse Stopped Paying Child Support. What Should I Do?

If your spouse has recently refused to pay child support, there is a very good chance that you are angry, frustrated, and worried about the future of your family. Our knowledgeable Bergen County family law attorneys are here to help. Please continue reading and speak with our experienced firm to learn more about child support enforcement and how we can help you through every step of the process ahead. Here…Read More

Can I Include Video Chats/Virtual Visits in My Parenting Time Plan?

The coronavirus pandemic has completely changed our way of life, and not for the better. However, we are resilient, and we have learned to make do with the new normal. Because of the many child custody/parenting time concerns that we have seen amongst divorced co-parents in the wake of the coronavirus, individuals and their attorneys are finding new ways to spend time with their children, even if they cannot see…Read More

What You Need to Know About Fathers’ Rights in New Jersey

If you are a father who is now getting divorced, there is a very good chance that your top priority is retaining some sort of custody over your child. Oftentimes, fathers are worried that the child's mother will automatically be awarded custody of the child based on past rulings. While in past years, courts have leaned more towards granting mothers custody of their child, this is no longer the case.…Read More

What Should I do if I am Sick With COVID-19 and my Former Spouse Cannot Care for our Children?

The new coronavirus has drastically affected the lives of nearly all Americans. People are sick, losing their jobs, and more. Unfortunately, one of the most affected groups of people by the COVID-19 pandemic is divorced co-parents. We have seen many different scenarios arise regarding parenting time and child custody because of stay-at-home orders, self-isolation, and even hospitalizations. If you are someone who has recently contracted the virus, or you suspect…Read More

COVID-19 Co-Parenting Disputes: Is Telephone Mediation the Answer?

This new coronavirus has affected many of us personally, though divorced co-parents are now presented with a unique set of challenges, especially when it comes to abiding by child custody agreements in the age of stay-at-home orders and the like. Please continue reading to learn more about these agreements and how our Bergen County family law firm can help you. Child custody agreements in the wake of COVID-19 As stay-at-home…Read More

Child Custody and Support for Unmarried Parents

When most people think of issues like child custody and child support, they think of divorcing spouses. However, it is also quite common for unmarried parents to come to child custody and child support agreements to care for their children. Many unmarried parents also fear that their legal rights are not the same as married or divorced parents in New Jersey. There are many common misconceptions about mothers' and fathers' rights when it comes…Read More

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