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Modifying your child support obligation in New Jersey.

New Jersey Child Support Modification Lawyers

Modifications to child support can be made, even after a divorce is finalized. The needs of the children involved can change with time, like needs in shelter, schooling, food, and health care to name a few. Because needs can change, New Jersey child support laws permit parents to have modifications made to their child support. The parent can request this modification due to increase in need for the child or a change in income from either you or your ex-spouse. Once a need for child support modification has been established, one can file for the modification with the Superior Court. A judge will then make a decision about the modification and make the appropriate adjustments. This could include an increase or decrease in child support payments or even terminated due to the child being emancipated.

If you are looking to modify a child support order, or wish to fight against a modification of a child support order, the Law Offices of Jef Henninger, Esq., has a team of New Jersey child support modification attorneys ready to defend your rights. Speak with one of our experienced, professional Red Bank child support lawyers with our free initial consultation at 732-773-2768.

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How to enforce child support in New Jersey.

New Jersey Child Support Enforcement Attorneys

While we would all like to believe that once a divorce is finalized that everything is done and over with, this is sometimes not the case if your ex-spouse is not following the terms in the agreed arrangement. One of the terms that is usually fought over and creates additional difficulty is child support and child support payments. If you find your ex-spouse is not holding up their end of the bargain and supporting your child, the child support order may need to be enforced. It is recommended that you seek legal counsel from an experienced and knowledgeable New Jersey child support enforcement lawyer to help you see if you can enforce the child support order and to help finally receive any missing child support payments.

Family courts in New Jersey are known to strongly enforce child support orders, and your ex-spouse may be incarcerated or have his or her financial assets invaded in order to pay the child support. If you are the one facing this kind of strong enforcement, your property could be seized, you could have tax refunds intercepted and even wage garnishments added to your paycheck. Whether you are looking to be defended against allegations of not paying child support, or looking to have your child support order enforced, the Law Offices of Jef Henninger, Esq., has the experience in both aspects of child support enforcement and our Monmouth County child support lawyers will fight tenaciously for you! Call our law office any time, even on nights and weekends, for a free initial consultation at 732-773-2768.