Child Support Adjustments

Much Confusion has been circulating concerning the Law regarding the new presumption that Child Support ends at 19 but no later than 23 in certain instance where the custodial parent can show reasons why it should not terminate and that the child is not emancipated. NJSA 2A:17-56.67   Should the burden be on the custodial […]

NEW JERSEY ALIMONY REFORM: A COMMON SENSE TRANSLATION

By Toni Ann Russo, Esq. Even many attorneys are unsure as to what impact the New Alimony Laws are going to have on Alimony and Divorce Cases going forward. The Law is being applied prospectively so that cases filed for the first time after the law’s effective date will be effected as well as older […]

The Trial Court Erred by Not Referring Case to Mediation

                                  In the case of D.A. v. R.C. after reviewing the record developed before the Family Part in a custody matter where there were disputed issues of fact, the Appellate Court agreed with defendant’s arguments and remanded this matter for the trial judge to refer this matter to mediation as required under Rule 5:8-1. The Appellate Court […]

Felician Sisters Haiti

Proclaming the Word of God ever more fully as the heart of Felician Sisters commitment to justice and peace and the best means to raise the dignity of the human person, especially women and children in the whole world, esp. Haiti

Parenting And Stuff

Not a "how to be a great parent" blog

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