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 Does Child Support Cover in the State of New Jersey?

There are few things more important to a parent than being able to raise their child. This is more complicated, naturally, when parents are divorced--especially financially. For this very reason, child support is in place to help financially dependent parents have the means to provide their child with an acceptable standard of living, even after the parents are divorced. Please continue reading and speak with our knowledgeable Bergen County family…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

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 Pay Child Support Directly to My Child?

Many divorce agreements or agreements between unmarried parents involve child support terms. As children grow older, it is possible that a parent might prefer to have their child support payments go directly to their child rather than to the other co-parent. However, there are certain conditions which must be met for this possibility to become reality in New Jersey. Today, our divorce and family law attorneys will be discussing when parents may be able to pay child support directly…Read More

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