Who can seek a child support modification in New Jersey?
Transcript Allison Williams: Any person who is entitled to receive support on behalf of a child can seek a support modification. That means that either the person who is receiving the support or the person who is paying the support. Or, even a third party who wants to establish a support obligation and have it modified over time that they have custody of the child. If you have questions about...
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Child Support Calculation Basics
Children are a great source of joy and pride to their families.  There are few joys in life like helping your child to grow and thrive.  Together with expanding your family, however, comes often significant expenses.  Any child support attorney will tell you that the amount of child support ordered at the conclusion of a child custody or support matter can come as a surprise to the parents.  If you...
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What If I Don’t Agree With the Child Custody Decision?
Family law cases can be a watershed moment in a person’s life.  Everything can be measured before what comes “before” and what comes “after.” Child custody determinations are often at the very center of the most complicated and hotly contested cases.  Child custody cases can be a part of a divorce, be coupled with a child support issue, or even be a completely stand-alone case. You and your family law attorney...
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What If I Don’t Agree With the Child Custody Decision?
Family law cases can be a watershed moment in a person’s life.  Everything can be measured before what comes “before” and what comes “after.”  Child custody determinations are often at the very center of the most complicated and hotly contested cases.  Child custody cases can be a part of a divorce, be coupled with a child support issue, or even be a completely stand-alone case. You and your family law...
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How to Prove Parental Alienation
Divorce, separation, and custody disputes are disruptive and cause instability for all involved, no matter how cordial the parents may be during the process.  Although most parents can come through the process understanding the fundamental harm that can come from intentionally attempting to poison your child against the other parent, this is unfortunately not always the case.  In some cases, one parent may attempt to alienate the child against the...
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