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

Do I Have to Pay Child Support if I Do Not Have Visitation Rights?

If you are a parent who currently pays child support, though you do not have visitation rights, you may be wondering whether you are still required to make regular child support payments. Please continue reading and speak with our New Jersey family law attorneys to learn more about child support and whether you are required to pay it if you do not have visitation rights. Here are some of the…Read More

How Does New Jersey Calculate Child Support?

There are few things more important to divorcing co-parents than being able to support their children and ensure they grow up to live happy, fulfilling lives. One of the ways in which New Jersey courts seek to enforce this is through child support payments. If you live in New Jersey as a divorced co-parent and require child support payments, please read on and reach out to our experienced Bergen County…Read More

Can I Modify Divorce Terms After They’ve Been Decided in Court?

As we move through life, things gradually--and sometimes suddenly--change. Though we can’t predict how and to what extent, we can almost certainly guarantee that life will change. That is why in many cases, former spouses may require a revision of divorce terms settled years, or even months ago. If you are someone who is looking to request a post-divorce modification, you must continue reading and reach out to our experienced…Read More

What are Father’s Rights?

There are few things more difficult than losing custody of your child. As a father, it is important to note that you are entitled to parental rights. Oftentimes, fathers do not receive fair treatment in court when it comes to child custody terms. Our experienced New Jersey divorce attorneys are here to promise that we will fight for your rights, every step of the way. Here are some of the…Read More

What Assets Can I Keep in a New Jersey Divorce?

There are few things more complicated than divorce. Divorce is complicated financially, emotionally, and, in some cases, legally. If you are someone who is getting a divorce, you are most likely worried about whether you will have to leave your home, whether you can keep your retirement funds, whether you will have enough money to care for your children, and more. Please read on and speak with our experienced Bergen…Read More

Changes to New Jersey Child Support Laws in 2018

The New Jersey signed by Governor Christie, N.J.S.A. 2A:17-56.67, made significant changes to the law related to the duration and termination of child support obligations. Some may feel that this new law makes divorce as well as post-divorce modifications far more complicated. However, the law was passed with the hope of bringing child support payments more in line with the actual needs of children and young adults who depend on them.…Read More

Doctor-Patient Confidentiality: Divorce, Child Custody & Your Medical History

Bergen County Divorce Attorneys with Offices in Hackensack, New Jersey In custody decisions the best interests  of the child are of the utmost importance in New Jersey child custody litigation.  Occasionally, a parent’s mental health or medical history may be relevant in how child custody is decided.  A history of physical, sexual or mental abuse, from one parent against the other or child could have a negative impact on his…Read More

How to Secure Future Support After Divorce in New Jersey

Securing your interests in support, whether alimony or child support, is an important consideration during divorce negotiations. A supported spouse who counts on alimony must consider what will happen in the event that the paying spouse dies prematurely. The easiest and most used method to secure support is to agree that the paying spouse will maintain life insurance for as long as he/she has a support obligation. An experienced New…Read More

New Jersey Bill Significantly Alters Child Support Termination Policy

On January 19, 2016, New Jersey Governor Christie signed a bill into law that will significantly alter New Jersey's current policy as it relates to the termination of child support payments. Bill S-1046/A-2721 will take effect on February 1, 2017, spelling implications for many parents across the state who are currently subject to child support arrangements. The first fundamental change to New Jersey's child support policy relates to the age at which child support obligations are…Read More

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