DCPP/DYFS (The Dangers Of An Accusation)

The Division of Child Protection and Permanency (formerly DYFS) is a regulatory body in New Jersey that can legally separate you and your children. If there has been a DCPP case opened against you with allegations of child abuse, you must contact a New Jersey family law attorney right away. Accusations of abuse can even be anonymous.. Read More

Is Child Support Still Paid When A Child Is In College?

The short answer is yes. The more difficult question is – how much? The New Jersey Child Support Guidelines are intended to be used for children 18 and under. The child support guidelines are not necessarily appropriate when a child is over 18 and goes to college – especially if that child is living away at college… Read More

Can I Appeal a Court Decision on Custody or Child Support?

If you have recently gone through a divorce or other family law circumstance that caused the court to have to make a decision concerning custody of a child or child support, then depending upon the decision, you might not be very happy with the outcome. Chances are if your spouse received full custody of your.. Read More

What to Do When You Aren’t Receiving Child Support

New Jersey is one of the strictest states in the country when it comes to the payment of support. Judges here take a very dim view of parents who are in arrears in their child support obligations. Fixed and Unfixed Arrearages As per the child support attorney Edens, Chester, NJ support obligations are categorized into two types… Read More

How an Attorney Can Help Your High Conflict Custody Case

Child custody is a very complicated legal issue and can be the most important aspect of a divorce or separation. The best interest of the child should always come first. Some parents do not want the other parent involved in the child’s life. There are many reasons such a situation can exist as family dynamics.. Read More