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The following are required Notice(s) with a Judgment of Divorce or Court Order involving Custody/Child Support. If you need to modify a Family Court order, contact Burnham Law Group today for the support and representation of an experienced legal team.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED that payments shall be subject to a late charge at the rate prescribed by R.4:42-11(a) unless the Court, for good cause shown, otherwise orders. Either party may initiate without upon the commissions, earnings, salaries, wages and other current or future income of the obligor. Any payment or installment of an order for child support or those portions or an order which are allocated for child support shall be fully enforceable and entitled to full faith and credit and shall be a judgment by operation of law on or after the date it is due. Both the Plaintiff and Defendant are required to notify each other of any change of employer, address or health insurance provider within 10 days of such change, and failure to do so shall be considered a violation of this Order.
NOTICE OF JUDGMENT FOR CHILD SUPPORT ARREARAGE:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that in accordance with N.J.S.A. 2A:17-56.23a, any payment of installment of the child support provisions of this Order shall be fully enforceable and entitled to full faith and credit and shall be a JUDGMENT by operation of law on and after the date it is due if unpaid by you. The JUDGMENT has the effect of a lien against your real and personal property and this lien may adversely affect your ability to obtain credit or other real property.
NOTICE OF THREE YEAR REVIEW FOR TITLE IV-D CHILD SUPPORT CASES:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the amount of child support and/or the addition of health insurance provision in Title IV-D cases shall be subject to review, at least once every three (3) years or upon application to the Court.
NOTICE OF POSSIBLE ACTION AGAINST DRIVER’S LICENSE, PROFESSIONAL OR OCCUPATIONAL LICENSES FOR NONCOMPLIANCE:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN the driver’s and professional or occupational licenses held or applied for by the obligor hereunder may be denied, suspended or revoked if: (1) there is a child support arrearage that is equal to or exceeds the amount of child support payable for six (6) months; or (2) the obligor fails to provide health/dental insurance for the child as prescribed in the Property Settlement Agreement for a period of six (6) months; or (3) a warrant for the obligor’s arrest has been issued by the Court due to failure to pay child support as ordered, failure to appear at a hearing to establish paternity or child support, or failure to appear at a hearing to enforce a child support order and said amount remains outstanding.
NOTICE OF SECTION 205 OF I.R.S. CODE:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Social Security numbers are collected and used in accordance with Section 205 of the Social Security Act (42 U.S.C. 405) that disclosure of an individual’s Social Security number for Title IV-D purposes is mandatory, that Social Security numbers are used to obtain income, employment and benefit information on individuals through computer matching programs with federal and state agencies, and that such information is used to establish and enforce child support under Title IV-D of the Social Security Act (42 U.S.C. 651 et seq.).
NOTICE OF CONSUMER CREDIT REPORTING FOR CHILD SUPPORT ARREARAGES:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that child support arrearages of $1,000.00 or more shall be reported to consumer credit reporting agencies as a debt owed by the obligor as required by N.J.S.A. 2A:17-56.21.
NOTICE OF DIRECT PAYMENT TO HEALTH INSURANCE PROVIDER:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, in accordance with N.J.S.A. 2A:34-23b, the custodial parent may require that non-custodial parent’s health insurer to make payments directly to the health care provider by submitting a copy of the relevant sections of the Judgment to the insurer.
NOTICE OF INTERFERENCE WITH CUSTODY:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that failure to comply with the custody provisions of this Order may subject you to criminal penalties under N.J.S.A. 2C:13-4, Interference with Custody. Such criminal penalties include, bur are not limited to, imprisonment, probation and/or fines.
Si usted deja de cumplir con las clausulas de custodia de esta orden del tribunal, puede estar sujeto (sejeta) a castigos criminales conforme a N.J.S.A. 2C:13-4. Interference with Custody (Obstruccion de la Custodia). Dichos castigios criminales incluyen pero no se limintan a encarcelamiento, liberated a prueba, multas o una combinacion de los tres.
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN OF THE FOLLOWING: JUDGMENTS that result from failure to comply with the orders of this Court are subject to an interest charge at the rate prescribed by Court Rule 4:42-11.
So long as the Rule is in effect and applicable to the child support paid by Defendant to Plaintiff, the child support is subject to a bi-annual cost of living adjustment to the extent provided in New Jersey Rule of Court 5:6B.