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Who Pays For Braces If I Am Divorced?

One of the most important concerns that the lawyers at our East Brunswick, New Jersey law firm handle when we have a case of divorcing parents is how they ensure that their children receive proper medical care. Everyone understands that children get sick and need to see a ...

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Blog posts in Child Support

  • How Do I Collect My New Jersey Child Support if My "Ex" Moves Out of State?

    Thanks to the advent of the Internet, my office handles such matters on a weekly basis. As New Jersey Child Support Attorneys , we know how to ...

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  • Do People Go To Jail For Unpaid New Jersey Alimony or Child Support?

    The short answer I yes, they do. However, my experience as a New Jersey Family Lawyer dictates that usually incarceration is the “last resort,” for ...

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  • What Is A Cost Of Living Adjustment And When Will It Affect My Child Support Obligation?

    As an attorney for over twenty years, I could not even guess how many times I have prepared or reviewed a client’s (or adversary’s) New Jersey Child ...

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  • How Does A “Gifted” Child Affect New Jersey Child Support Guideline?

    As a tested family law attorney, I understand that New Jersey’s Child Support Guidelines allow for additional funds to be paid, by both parents, for a ...

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  • How Is Supplemental Child Support Determined When The Parents’ Incomes Surpass The Maximum As Per New Jersey’s Child Support Guidelines?

    In Isaacson v. Isaacson , the parties were married for twelve years. The parties had two daughters born of the marriage, Rebecca and Sara. The parties ...

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  • Does Child Support Automatically End Upon Death Of The Child?

    No, an application to terminate child support must be made to the Superior Court of New Jersey. However, pursuant to New Jersey law, a lawyer may ...

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  • Factors Influencing Child Support in New Jersey

    There are two types of custody, the first is legal custody and the second is physical custody. Legal custody is defined by a case called Pascal vs. ...

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  • How is New Jersey Child Support Determined When One Parent’s Income is in Dispute?

    In a New Jersey Family Court, a frequent issue when trying to determine the correct child support award one of the parents’ income is not a concrete ...

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  • How Does Disability Income Affect My New Jersey Child Support Payments?

    As a New Jersey child support attorney for the past 20 years, I have noticed a tremendous increase in people who are on either state of federal ...

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