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Determining a Fair Child Support Agreement



Making Certain Your Child Support Order is Fair In every state, including New Jersey, there are state-established guidelines for the calculation of child support. You don’t have to let the amount of support be determined by the guidelines, though—you can … Continue reading






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Multiple Family Child Support Obligations



On December 19, 2013, the Superior Court of New Jersey – Appellate Division issued a combined opinion in two cases argued by Morgenstern & Rochester partner Andrew Rochester that changed the law for how child support is calculated when one … Continue reading






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What Rights Do Grandparents Have? – Part 2



Another situation where grandparents can prevail, and in some circumstances even establish rights equal to the parents, is if the grandparent becomes what is known as the “psychological parent” to the child. In other words – if the grandparent effectively … Continue reading






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