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What Happens If I Do Not Pay Child Support

WHAT HAPPENS IF I DO NOT PAY CHILD SUPPORT? Not good things. Child support is an ethical and legal obligation owed to your child. It is important to set aside, for example, differences concerning ...
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New Jersey Alimony and Child Support

NEW JERSEY ALIMONY AND CHILD SUPPORT PAYMENT AND COLLECTION PROCEDURES What happens when your ex-spouse, ex-partner fails to make his/her court-ordered child support payments? What if your ...
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Post-Judgment Divorce Issues - What Can You Do

POST-JUDGMENT DIVORCE ISSUES—WHAT CAN YOU DO? Unfortunately even after a divorce, parties may find that their spousal conflicts are not over. For example, a party fails to honor a provision ...
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Alternatives to Divorce Litigation

ALTERNATIVES TO DIVORCE LITIGATION Before filing a Divorce Complaint, you may want to consider the following litigation alternatives: mediation, arbitration and collaborative divorce. MEDIATION A ...
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Divorce Process in New Jersey

DIVORCE PROCESS IN NEW JERSEY So you are considering a divorce. What are the steps and what does the Court process involve? The following presents a general overview of New Jersey's divorce ...
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Pre-Divorce Checklist

PRE-DIVORCE CHECKLIST For those readers considering divorce, you may want to have access to the following documents: All personal and any business tax returns for the last 3-5 years; Proofs of income ...
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Post-Divorce Checklist

POST-DIVORCE CHECKLIST Whenever there is a life-changing event, such as marriage, divorce, re-marriage, death, birth or adoption of a child, you may want to consider reviewing the following documents ...
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Paying For Your Child's College After Divorce

COLLEGE CONTRIBUTION UPDATE The recent trial court decision in Black v. Black provides guidance to parents with college-bound children and their younger siblings. 436 N.J. Super. 130 (Ch. Div. 2013). ...
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What Do Written Cohabitation/Support Agreements Have To Do With Palimony Reform?

WHAT DO WRITTEN COHABITATION/SUPPORT AGREEMENTS HAVE TO DO WITH PALIMONY REFORM? IS COHABITATION PRESUMED IN A "NON-MARITAL PERSONAL RELATIONSHIP? WHAT DOES THIS ALL MEAN? The central purpose of ...
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Unmarried Partners, Final Restraining Orders and Property Distribution

<p align="center"><strong>UNMARRIED PARTNERS, FINAL RESTRAINING ORDERS AND </strong></p> <p align="center"><strong><u>PROPERTY ...
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Restraining Orders in Divorce

When a divorce is taking place, tension can run high and some situations may become dangerous. Domestic violence can be an involved factor in a number of divorce cases and different situations may ...
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Legal Rights in Divorce Cases

The rights of a man or women in a divorce have been a large issue since the beginning of the institutionalization of marriage. With the court stepping in to make so many decisions regarding the ...
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Getting to Know the Law Offices of Francesca S. Blanco

Going through a divorce can be a very difficult time for any person to go through. Whether it is the heartbreak of losing the love of your life to another person, the ending of what has been many ...
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Pros and Cons of a Contested and Uncontested Divorce

Each case of a divorce will be different and every couple has their own way for how the matter will be dealt with. Some couples can find more agreeable terms and both make the decision that a divorce ...
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DYFS is now Division of Child Protection and Permanency (DCPP).

The Division of Youth and Family Services (DYFS) in New Jersey recently changed its name to the Division of Child Protection and Permanency (DCPP). Regardless of its official name, New Jersey's ...
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