In New Jersey, a non-custodial parent may be ordered by the court to pay child support to the custodial parent to contribute to the costs associated with raising their child(ren). If instances of non-payment or consistently late payments occur, there are a number of enforcement methods that may be used to collect the court-ordered child […]
How Can a Lawyer Help Me with the Divorce Process in New Jersey?
While current New Jersey law does not require a divorcing spouse to retain an attorney, it is wise to hire one. Even amicable divorces can sour as the case proceeds, and irreparable consequences can occur without parties having proper legal representation. Retaining a skilled divorce attorney can help safeguard your best interests and ensure that […]