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  • How Parental College Contributions Affect Child Support
    How Parental College Contributions Affect Child Support

    Helping your child attend college and receive an education that can aid them in becoming productive and contributing members to society is an important part of parenthood. By law, parents have an ...

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  • How to Enforce a Child Support Order in New Jersey
    How to Enforce a Child Support Order in New Jersey

    Financial support of a child is the responsibility of both parents, whether married or divorced. If the parents are divorced, however, the judge will most likely enter an order regarding the amount of ...

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  • How Much Child Support Do You Pay for One Child?
    How Much Child Support Do You Pay for One Child?

    As part of a divorce involving two parents, the court is going to establish child support payments . Due to the court’s own rules that require it to consider the best interests of the child first and ...

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  • What Happens If I Can't Pay My Child Support Obligation?
    What Happens If I Can't Pay My Child Support Obligation?

    Raising a child is going to be expensive, no matter how your finances look. Monetary strain can be exasperated after a divorce . It is highly likely that monthly child support obligations will be ...

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  • What is the Difference Between Divorce & Annulment?
    What is the Difference Between Divorce & Annulment?

    When it comes to ending a marriage, there are two possible choices: divorce and annulment. Most people are familiar with how divorce works, but annulment is much less clear. In this blog, we will ...

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  • What Does
    What Does "Best Interests" Of My Child Mean?

    Separating one home into two during a divorce is a huge change to a family dynamic. While this certainly impacts every member of the family, it is the children that feel it most and take the longest ...

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