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When Lowering Child Support, What State Has Jurisdiction?
When Lowering Child Support, What State Has Jurisdiction?

If one of the parents still live in the same state where child support was first determined after a divorce, that state retains jurisdiction for any changes to the amount of child support. As a New Jersey family law attorney, jurisdiction is always the first determination to ...

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