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Child Support for Unmarried Parents | What to Know

If you are an unmarried parent and you are splitting up with your partner, you are most likely exploring your legal options. You may have a lot of questions regarding child custody and child support. This is a common situation and New Jersey courts have a system in place to handle it. Read on to […]

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What to Know About Post-Judgment Modifications in New Jersey

When a couple gets divorced, there are a lot of matters that will be carefully determined. For example, in New Jersey, a court will very carefully calculate child support in order to ensure that a child’s standard of living is the same or better than before the divorce. You may also have to determine child […]

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How Does Adultery Impact Divorce Proceedings in New Jersey?

If your marriage is ending due to adultery, you may be wondering what your divorce process will look like. Read on to learn more about how adultery might impact a New Jersey divorce. What Are New Jersey’s Grounds for Divorce? When going through a divorce in New Jersey, spouses can cite “fault” or “no-fault” grounds. […]

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What to Know About Parental Alienation in New Jersey

When a couple with children gets divorced, things can get complicated. This is a big, stressful change for all parties involved. Sometimes, parents can put aside their differences and co-parent successfully. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Often, parents engage in something called “parental alienation.” Parental alienation occurs when one parent disparages the other […]

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Child Support FAQ | What to Know

When it comes to child support, people often have a lot of questions. Below are some of the most common questions asked about child support in New Jersey. Read on to learn more. How is child support determined in New Jersey? Child support is incredibly important to the well-being of a child. As a result, […]

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Grandparents’ Rights in New Jersey

Child custody can be incredibly complicated for all parties involved, including grandparents. Often, during custody disputes, grandparents may attempt to obtain visitation rights to see their grandchildren. So, how does this process work? Read on to learn more. Who Has Visitation Rights? Non-parents, such as grandparents, siblings, etc. can ask the court for the right […]

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What Expenses are Covered by Child Support in New Jersey?

During a divorce, child support is one of the most important decisions to make. In New Jersey, both parents have a legal responsibility to support their children financially. So, how does child support work? Generally, child support will be paid to the parent with physical custody. Physical custody refers to the parent who has the […]

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If I Lost My Job, Can I Stop Paying Child Support?

Child support is incredibly important to the well-being of a child. Both parents have a responsibility to help care for their child financially. But, sometimes this becomes difficult. When someone loses their job, they often wonder about how it will impact their child support payments. Read on to learn more about child support modifications due […]

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Irreconcilable Differences in a New Jersey Divorce

Sometimes, when a marriage ends, it is not for one particular reason. Relationships grow and change, and sometimes this means growing apart. For some couples, it is time to end a marriage simply because they no longer get along. In a case like this, the couple would likely cite irreconcilable differences as the cause of […]

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Can My Fiancé’s Parents Force Me to Sign a Prenuptial Agreement?

Children do not always agree with their parents. This is something that holds true, even as children grow up and lead lives of their own. In some cases, a parent may want his or her child’s fiancé to sign a prenuptial agreement. Parents can be protective over their children, and this can mean being protective […]

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