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When Can I Stop Paying Child Support in Bergen County?

When Can I Stop Paying Child Support in Bergen County?

When Can I Stop Paying Child Support in Bergen County? You can stop paying support in New Jersey when a court determines that a child is no longer dependent on their parents for support.  The spouse who is paying the support must apply to a court for […]

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What is the Difference Between Sole and Joint Custody in Bergen County?

What is the Difference Between Sole and Joint Custody in Bergen County?

When sole custody is awarded to a party, that party has the primary residential custody and the authority to make the major decisions affecting the health, education, and welfare of the child.  Joint custody can refer either to the residence or to the decision-making issues of custody. […]

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What Can I do if My Former Spouse Violates the Bergen County Parenting Agreement?

What Can I do if My Former Spouse Violates the Bergen County Parenting Agreement?

What Can I do if My Former Spouse Violates the Bergen County Parenting Agreement? If your former spouse violates the Parenting Agreement, you can seek relief from the court to enforce litigant’s rights.  You can ask that the court require the parties to go to a mediator […]

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How Much Alimony Will I Be Obligated to Pay in Bergen County?

How Much Alimony Will I Be Obligated to Pay in Bergen County?

How Much Alimony Will I Be Obligated to Pay in Bergen County? The average amount of alimony that should be paid is different in every divorce case.  There are cases where no alimony at all is paid by either party to the other party.  A NJ statute […]

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How is Child Support Determined in Bergen County?

How is Child Support Determined in Bergen County?

How is Child Support Determined in Bergen County? Child Support is determined using the Child Support Guidelines.  The amount of child support cannot differ from the amount set in the Guidelines unless there is good cause.  The Guidelines apply to children who are 17 or younger and […]

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