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Man jailed over delinquent payments in child support agreement

Marriages here in New Jersey end for all kinds of reasons, but when children are involved, it is important that they are continue to receive care. Often, this means that one parent will make child support payments to another parent. Though it is essential to do so, it can be a financial strain, especially if the parent making payments experiences a change in his or her income. A recent out-of-state case involving a father who fell significantly behind on his child support payments can serve as a warning to other parents who may be worried about delinquent payments.

Child support enforcement sweep takes state by storm

The state of New Jersey takes child support orders very seriously, recognizing that it is important for children in the Garden State to have access to the financial support to which they are entitled by law. Though often overlooked when people think of serious crime, non-payment of child support is a serious offense. A recent effort by police focuses on child support enforcement.

Single parents may struggle with everyday expenses

The state of New Jersey is known to have an above average cost of living, and a recent study has revealed that single parents may have an especially difficult time making ends meet. Even parents that are employed may find themselves struggling with everyday expenses. Food, housing, and childcare costs continue to rise at a rate that is not matched by increases in income. 

Child support enforcement efforts in full swing

There are many New Jersey parents that are familiar with child support orders. Sometimes, when payments become delinquent, the parent responsible for making the payments can face serious consequences. Even people who fall behind by only a few payments are subject to serious penalties as the state has rolled out new efforts regarding child support enforcement.

Dad racks up 20 years of delinquent child support payments

Most parents want what is best for their children, but some parents do not know how to financially provide properly. In the event that a parent does not do his or her part to assist with the basic financial needs of his or her children, a New Jersey family law attorney may be able to help. One mother likely sought assistance when her former husband allegedly fled the country to avoid paying child support, and he has been accused of delinquent payments for approximately 20 years.

Actor agrees to pay $22,440 a month in child support

As evidenced by the details shared of celebrity couple divorce agreements, there are many things to factor when ending a marriage. Although some New Jersey couples will not have as large of child support and spousal support agreements to sort out, their agreements are as equally important. Kevin McKidd and his now-former wife have recently finalized their divorce and reached child support agreements.

Jeremy Meeks' wife seeks unspecified child support and alimony

Most people in New Jersey enter into a marriage with the hope and promise of a life-long future and partnership with another person. Sadly, many marriages do not survive a lifetime. One celebrity in another state has begun the battle to separate, and court hearings will be scheduled to determine child support and alimony.

Should college tuition be included in child support discussions?

As a New Jersey family prepares for divorce, a number of financial matters will need to be taken into consideration. That includes current expenses as well as anticipated costs. For many parents, earning a college degree is a goal that both parties share for their children. Financing a college education is often a top priority, though one that is easily overlooked during divorce negotiations. It is important to address these expenses during child support and property division discussions.

Could a parenting coordinator help child support negotiations

New Jersey parents who are preparing to divorce have a number of issues to take into consideration. Child custody and child support rank at the top of that list for spouses who share one or more children. Reaching an agreement on these matters can be difficult, especially when the parties are unable to see eye-to-eye on the cost of raising children, and the need for adequate levels of support.

What to do if you need to adjust your child support payments

Divorce can be frustrating and emotionally exhausting. If you're like many people, one of the hardest parts of going through a divorce is no longer getting to spend every day with your beloved children. Suddenly, you can only see them on alternating weekends and holidays, with an afternoon thrown in here and there during the week.

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