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Can I Terminate Child Support Payments? | What to Know

In New Jersey, both parents have a legal obligation to support their child financially. The goal of child support is to ensure that the child’s standard of living is the same or better than before the divorce. As a result, child support is carefully calculated, and once the decision is finalized, it can be difficult […]

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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 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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When Can I Stop Paying Child Support in New Jersey?

If you are a parent who either is paying child support or who receives child support payments, you are most likely very concerned about when those payments will end. Please continue reading and reach out to our experienced New Jersey family law attorney to learn more about child support and when it ends in NJ. […]

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How to Receive a Post-Judgment Modification During COVID-19

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought about unprecedented times for us all. We are all now facing a unique set of challenges, and individuals who are divorced, or are divorced co-parents are no different. If you believe the COVID-19 pandemic has brought on a significant and lasting change that is not accounted for in your initial […]

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How Does COVID-19 Affect Parents’ Rights?

COVID-19 has significantly impacted the United States, and especially the Northeastern states such as New York and New Jersey. Unfortunately, if you are a divorced parent, you are most likely now coping with the effect the virus has on your family. Please read on and reach out to our experienced New Jersey family law attorney […]

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Will I Still Get a Stimulus Check if I am Going Through a Divorce?

As a result of the new coronavirus pandemic significantly impacting businesses and employees across the country, Congress has enacted the CARES Act. As a part of the Act, many adults can now expect a $1,200 stimulus check, and couples can receive up to $2,400 in stimulus relief. Furthermore, parents with minor children under the age […]

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Dealing with Family Law Matters During the COVID-19 Crisis

Though much of New Jersey has been put on hold in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, we would like you to know that as per Governor Murphy’s Executive Order 107, we may remain, and are, still open for business. Our firm is more than happy to help you through various complex legal matters arising […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Child Support in New Jersey

If you are a divorcing parent, child support is most likely one of the key aspects of your divorce agreement. The Law Office of Sarina Gianna, LLC recognizes this, which is why we have written this guide to child support in the state of New Jersey. Though we hope this guide is informative and reassuring, […]

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