I’ve been in contact with the state probation department about twice a month and he’s failed to give accurate employment and resident/contact information. He also didn’t come to our first hearing about enforcement via telephone but apparently
Nothing can really be done with Covid to... Read more »
You need to retain an experienced matrimonial attorney to represent your interests. Just because your ex-may file a motion does not mean that he will get what he is seeking. With modern technology, you can be represented by any high-quality attorney in New Jersey irrespective of geography.
Help when he’s on school break, won’t communicate because “the new girlfriend doesn’t like it”, won’t check on the child’s well being, and the child comes home very hungry and once with a deep scratch on the pelvic area. the mothers boyfriend/father to mothers other child takes off... Read more »
This is a trick question. Your ex pays 90.00 per week in child support voluntarily but has little to no involvement in your child's life. Your current boyfriend is caring and involved in your child's life and wants to continue to be involved. Your ex is not stopping your boyfriend from...Read more »
Parties entered into an MSA based on 50/50 custody. Plaintiff argued for child support and primary parent rights two years later based upon significant changes and won. Court ordered child support be paid under NJ state guidelines. Plaintiff now wants to enforce MSA that states defendant should... Read more »
Ordinary extracurricular activities are covered in the child support guidelines but if your child's participation in a sports program is an "extraordinary" type of reoccurring expense, it can be addressed separately.
So, the 1st question is whether you agreed to share in...Read more »
The short answer is - it depends. If you have been in regular contact with your probation department rep about your fiancial setting and responsive to his / her calls about your employment setting, then I am sure that the rep will be more willing to work with you on a payment plan. If you have been...Read more »
Typically a child remains unemancipated for support purposes if he/she is a full time college student until age 23. Often child support is recalculated around the time a child lives away at college on campus, as the child support guidelines only apply to children residing at home with a parent....Read more »
My child support case is closed but I still have a child support judgement with a zero balance. My ex wife passed away in 2017 but she does not have an administrator of estate so I can’t serve my motion to anyone to get rid of the child support judgement. If I put in a motion with the proof will... Read more »
Thank you for your question. I am sorry that you are still having issues with child support. File your Motion and at the very beginning of the Certification (the document you file along with your Certification explaining why you are entitled to the relief you seek), explain how there is no party...Read more »
As a result of your arrearage obligation, your driver's license was suspended. If you have been on a specific payment plan for an extended period of time and you are in compliance with your payment obligation (making every payment in a timely fashion with no missed payments), then you can...Read more »
I put in a second motion to get the child support judgement removed on a closed child support case. I do not owe any arrears on this case. My first motion was denied because my ex wife is deceased and I was informed to send the paperwork to her administrator of estate. I then did a second motion... Read more »
You need to meet with a divorce and family law specialist or presumably, you will continue to go round and round with the legal process since you are not understanding the issues outstanding. There was an order outstanding for the payment of child support against you. That payment was to address...Read more »
I have reached out to him every single weekend for one year in hopes of solving this dispute amicably, but to no avail. He has also ignored all messages and calls from my family as well. There is no court order in place to keep me from seeing her but he is concealing her. He has bow hired his own... Read more »
Thank you for your question. I’m sorry to hear you’re going through this. You should strongly consider filing an application with court to establish a parenting time schedule. If he has already filed an application for child support, then you should file a parenting time application under...Read more »
Started meditation we agreed on everything except parenting time .. i would like 3 over nights a week , she wants me to only have one overnight on the weekend and 2 afternoon/ nights during the week but kids have to be home for bed time .. i dont no what to do.. i really dont wanna get lawyers... Read more »
Thank you for your question. Negotiating divorce terms can be very stressful and you are to be commended for coming to an agreement on all other issues. According to NJ Statute, it is a matter of public policy to assure that minor children have frequent and continuing contact with both parents...Read more »
As a general statement, most lawyers send out statements monthly or every other month. I dont know if you retained a lawyer on a flat fee basis or if you paid a retainer with the lawyer working against the retainer, but the easiest way to find out the status of your setting with counsel is to call...Read more »
My husband left me and filed for divorce 8 months later.Our divorce was final in Nov 2018. I hired a lawyer that I could afford who ended up not helping me at all. I ended up being pressured into signing over my home, getting no alimony and barely any child support for 2 children because he gets... Read more »
You need to schedule a post-divorce consultation with a divorce law specialist to review the terms of your divorce agreement and your current setting to see if there is a proper basis for reexamination/modification/enforcement of the terms of your agreement. Most divorce lawyers will schedule an...Read more »
Child support is the right of the child, not "the money hungry Ex." That said, child support is driven by income, not assets. If the money you made from the stock market were to factor into a child support calculation, a reasonable rate of income derived from the investment of those gains...Read more »
I was only about 3-4 and he had a friend or family “remove” him. Not sure about the details on that and I was recently told this. Id like to find a way to claim or sue. It’s not fair he found a loopholes and id like to know if I could also sue by him having friends in the inside.
I think that you have been given incorrect information. Everyday, people file applications with the court system claiming that someone is the father of their child. In response, the court system can require that person to submit to a paternity test to verify that they are the biological parent....Read more »
Not sure I understand your question but when a child support order is entered by the court and paid through the county probation department, if payments are not made, then periodically, the probation department will seek to have that amount of arrears reduced to judgement and it will show up as a...Read more »
My daughter was born 8/18/20 soon after I broke up with the mother. We have had a parenting plan for visitation in place, we get her two days a week and every other weekend. A month after her first birthday 9/9 baby's mother took her to Pennsylvania without my permission. Then she said she... Read more »
Thank you for your question. In most cases, a parent must obtain consent or a Court Order to permanently remove a child outside of the State of NJ if NJ is the home state of the child. In the event she left without permission, than you would need to file an action in Court to compel her to return....Read more »
want to pay spousal or child support for the 2 college kids. Now in my mid 50's, I have no income and we cannot afford divorce, as per multiple attorneys from previous consultations. About $100,000 equity in the house, $30,000 in 401K and he has $40,000 in separate personal account from... Read more »
I dont know if any of the lawyers you met with for consultation purposes were specialists, but presumably during your consultation[s], you discussed your employment history, your husbands current employment setting and your employment potential to determine what your husbands support obligation...Read more »
then 2 hours. When we had the mediation settlement panel thru the court, one of the attorneys was pushing for mediation and said it would probably cost over $5,000 and would take more than a few hours. We don't have alot of money or assets, in fact we were told from the beginning we... Read more »
I have been a divorce lawyer for the past 36 years and it doesn't sound like the issue is the cost of the mediators involvement. Rather, it sounds like the issue is your husbands bullying and pressure tactics. The bigger problem for you is that mediation is a confidential process. The court...Read more »
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