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Failure to pay child support: parents' rights

For many individuals who go through a divorce, final paperwork can be a symbol of freedom and long awaited relief. Yet for those divorcing with children, matters can inevitably become more complicated, and issues can pursue long after legal procedures have ended. In New Jersey, the law protects children in divorces, including protection that enforces child support payments.

The ins and outs of child support

Child care is perhaps the most stressful aspect of the divorce process in New Jersey. Insurance, medical needs, college expenses, and general disputes are only a few of the issues parents come across when separating. Child support procedures vary by state, and each state typically selects from a number of models to best handle the particulars of child support. 

What factors are considered when calculating child support?

Child support is a critical resource for families all across New Jersey. This financial obligation assures that both parents are contributing to the well-being of a child, even if that contribution is only financial. Whether one parent has sole custody of a child or parents share custody, child support is almost certainly going to be ordered.

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