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  • How Do I Terminate Child Support in New Jersey?
    How Do I Terminate Child Support in New Jersey?

    Child support is pivotal to the well-being of children whose parents have separated. The central idea of child support in New Jersey is that kids shouldn’t be economic victims in a divorce or ...

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  • Do Stepparents Have to Pay Child Support in New Jersey?
    Do Stepparents Have to Pay Child Support in New Jersey?

    Given that 16 percent of kids in America live in so-called “blended families,” it’s not uncommon for our Monmouth County divorce attorneys to be asked whether stepparents are ever responsible for ...

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  • “I Lost My Job During My New Jersey Divorce. Now What?”
    “I Lost My Job During My New Jersey Divorce. Now What?”

    New Jersey’s unemployment rate was recently calculated to be 7.4 percent - one of the highest in the country. Job loss is one of the more trying situations to grapple with in a New Jersey divorce, ...

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  • Keeping Your Cool During New Jersey Child Custody Exchanges
    Keeping Your Cool During New Jersey Child Custody Exchanges

    You may be on relatively civil terms with your ex, but breakups and divorce have a way of leaving lasting vestiges of asperity. Unfortunately, outright avoidance may not be an option. If you share ...

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  • New Jersey Family Court Reverses Parent College Tuition Cap
    New Jersey Family Court Reverses Parent College Tuition Cap

    New Jersey is unique in that it often expects able parents to contribute to the higher education costs of qualified children. Adult children pursuing a college degree (or license/certification from a ...

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  • FAQ: Expanded Child Tax Credit for Shared Custody
    FAQ: Expanded Child Tax Credit for Shared Custody

    Our Freehold child custody attorneys have received questions in recent months regarding the expanded child tax credit and how it will be paid to separated or unmarried co-parents. What we can say is ...

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