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Child Support – What Constitutes a Material Changed Circumstance?

Child support orders can be modified. When entering a child support order as part of a divorce or paternity action, courts fully expect that the order will need to be modified in the future. As the circumstances of the parents and/or the child changes, what was originally considered to be an appropriate child support order may no longer be so considered. The court may review the original order in light of the parties' current situation and modify the order as appropriate....

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How a Restraining Order Can Impact Parenting Time

When one parent is alleged of abusing his or her child, the safety and well-being of the child as well as the rights of the parents are in jeopardy. New Jersey domestic violence lawyer Peter J. Bronzino understands this and can help parents who find themselves in this difficult situation. If you are seeking a restraining order on behalf of your child against the other parent, Mr. Bronzino can assist you in completing the paperwork for a temporary restraining order and proving your case for a final restraining order. If you are the defendant in a restraining order action, Mr....

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Can I Withhold Child Support if the Other Parent Prevents Me from Seeing My Child?

If you are the nonresidential parent (i.e., your child does not live primarily with you) and the residential parent withholds visitation, you may feel as if you have few options available to you. What can you do in this situation?...

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Seperate and Marital Property

New Jersey's property division statute requires courts to divide marital property in a "fair and equitable" manner as part of final divorce orders. Although this requires courts to treat each spouse in a fair manner, it does not necessarily require courts to divide all of the marital property 50-50....

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