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

What Expenses Does Child Support Cover in New Jersey?

If you are a divorcing parent that is financially dependent on your spouse, there is a very good chance that you will require child support to uphold your child's standard of living, however, you are most likely wondering, "what does child support really cover?" Please continue reading and reach out to our experienced Bergen County family law attorneys to learn more about child support and how our firm can help…Read More

New child support statute modifies existing and future child support agreements

Effective February 1, 2017, New Jersey child support law will be significantly modified. N.J.S.A 2A:17-56.67, signed into law by Governor Chris Christie, aims to limit the duration of child support obligations, and automatically terminate child support at the age of 19. The law also clarifies the common practice of ending child support in the case of the death of the child, marriage, or the child entering military service. Previously, the…Read More

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