Q: my ex and I were Married and had our daughter in New Jersey . Transferred to Florida when she was 18 mon old . Got
Divored in Florida. My daughter and I moved back to NJ . Her Child support ends at 18 and it doesn’t mention helping pay for collage . Florida law says they don’t have to help wirh collage But Jersey law says they do . How do I get it changed so he is required to help with collage
A: two states have different child support laws. as for child support i presume the following : your child's support started in new jersey and then when you moved to Florida then you end child support in new jersey and started child support in Florida. then when you come back to new jersey again then your child's support in new jersey begin. is this the case ? if yes then the law of new jersey will be applied here. if no then tell me about it.
A: If you have lived in New Jersey for more than 6 months, than New Jersey, not Florida law will govern. You need to retain an experienced matrimonial attorney to file the appropriate motion for you. You need to retain the best mortgage foreclosure defense attorney you can afford. You should not be restricted by geographic factors. Pick the best lawyer you can find and remember one rule: a good lawyer is generally never cheap, and a cheap lawyer is generally never good so don't choose based on price.
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