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New Jersey Divorce Law and Payment of College Tuition; A True Story.
New Jersey Divorce Law and Payment of College Tuition; A True Story.

In New Jersey, when a child turns eighteen, he or she legally becomes an adult. With respect to child support and college contributions, family courts refer to this emancipation. Emancipation means that, as a parent, you are not legally responsible to support your children. ...

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Blog posts in July, 2015

  • New Jersey Child Support Payments Process

    The process of determining how much child support should be paid can be complicated and drawn out. A misconception about the New Jersey child support ...

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  • When Getting Divorced, What Should I Expect During My Deposition?

    A deposition is the testimony of a party or witness under oath. This is an essential aspect of discovery during a complicated divorce here in the ...

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  • New Jersey Child Support Payment Meetings

    Divorce can be overwhelming, especially if you have children. However, even people who have had contentious divorces agree that they want what is best ...

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  • New Jersey Child Support Determination

    In the aftermath of a divorce involving a child, it is important to make sure that the child is provided for. New Jersey child support determination ...

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  • New Jersey Alimony When Your Ex Is Living With a New Partner

    As a seasoned New Jersey divorce attorney , one of the most disputed issues in family law in the context of cohabitation is alimony. In fact, ...

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  • Divorce and Custody Agreements Have A Much Better Chance of Being Upheld When Both Sides Have Their Own Lawyer. A True Story.

    New Jersey Family Courts generally favor agreements between spouses and/or parents that resolve divorce issues and child custody matters. In fact, my ...

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