Category: Emancipation

How can I get my child emancipated?

Child Emancipation Attorneys in Morristown NJ Amy L. Miller, 2019 NJ Family Magazine “New Jersey’s Best Lawyers For Families” award, and one of our experienced attorneys on family law including divorce, custody, visitation, alimony, and domestic violence. She is also Associate Editor on the New Jersey Family Lawyer publication. In this video, she speaks to

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Child Support and “Financial Dependence” of Special Needs Children

Financial Dependence vs Independence in Morris County Child Support Cases Serving parents in Randolph, Morristown, Morris Plains, Denville, Florham Park, Madison, Dover, and across Morris County, NJ A parent is required to pay child support beyond the age of 23 due to exceptional circumstances, including mental or physical disability. If you are someone seeking continuation

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Child Emancipation FAQs

Child Emancipation Attorneys Morristown NJ Guiding you step by step regarding the emancipation of minors in Randolph, Tewksbury, Madison, Morristown, and across Northern NJ Emancipation means that a person is no longer in need of, or required to be, supported by their parents. The person that is emancipated is not under the influence of their

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Paying for College: Post-Secondary Education Child Support Obligations in NJ

College and Child Support Obligations Lawyers Morristown NJ Madison Child Support Attorneys Help You Plan for Your Child’s Post-Secondary Education As stated previously in “Emancipation and child support obligation changes in New Jersey”  the easiest way to avoid conflicts, misunderstandings, and enjoy a measure of certainty about your child’s educational future, is to plan ahead and arrange

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In Contempt: What to Expect if you Violate a Restraining Order

Restraining Order Violation and Domestic Violence Attorneys Morristown NJ Providing Legal Counsel to Clients Facing Restraining Orders in Florham Park, Hanover, Madison, Randolph, Tewksbury, and across Morris County Prevention of Domestic Violence Act (PDVA) of 1991 outlines a wide variety of actions that constitute domestic violence. When a person becomes the victim of any of

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