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Recent Posts in the Modifications Category

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    The amount of child support an individual pays is dependent upon several factors, including income, the amount of children, and the custody agreement....
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    A DUI conviction can affect you in many ways, from your ability to commute to your job to keeping your job in the...
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    Spousal support, otherwise known as alimony, is monetary payments made by one spouse to another for the purpose of acknowledging the non-monetary contributions...
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  • Snow Days and Child Custody
    School snow days present scheduling issues for working parents. Bad weather can cause schools to cancel or close early; buses stop running, and...
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  • How Child Support is Calculated
    The calculation of child support is an important part of any divorce settlement.  Determining the amount of financial support a parent will be...
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  • Alimony Modifications in New Jersey
    Not every divorce will result in a support order; however, spousal support, commonly referred to as alimony, may be awarded to a divorcing...
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  • Collecting Back Child Support
    Few situations produce more anger and frustration in custodial parents than the other parent’s failure to pay court-ordered child support. Fortunately, federal and...
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