New Jersey Child Support Modification Lawyers
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Modifying Custody, Child Support And Alimony
To modify family law orders, you must demonstrate that there has been a significant change of circumstances for at least one party. The burden of proof is on the party seeking modification. In many cases, alternative dispute resolution (ADR) is useful for resolving modifications.
In child custody and parenting time cases, modification may be granted for reasons such as a parental relocation, concerns of parental fitness or a major change in the needs of a parent or child.
Child support modifications may be granted when there is a:
- Change in a child’s needs
- Change in a parent’s finances
- Parent changing jobs
- Change in health of a parent or child
Modification of alimony orders is possible if one person’s financial situation changes significantly. Reasons you may be granted modification include:
- One spouse getting a higher paying job
- One spouse losing a job or suffering a financial loss
- A change in the health of a spouse
If the party receiving the support remarries, it will be terminated.
Enforcing Court Orders
If one party is not following custody, alimony or child support orders, we can petition for an order of enforcement. We also represent people who have had enforcement actions unjustly taken against them.
Contact An Alimony Enforcement Lawyer
To arrange a consultation, please call 609-683-7400.
- Linda Wilson v. John Wilson (2014)
- Lincoln v. Lincoln (2013)
- Amy Ocampo v. Michael Ocampo (2013)
- Jane Doe v. John Roe (2012)
- Segal v. Lynch (NJ Supreme Court)
- Segal v. Lynch (2012)
- Cynthia Clark adv. Paul Trembly (2010)
- Giglio v. Roe, Superior Court of New Jersey, Law Division (2007)
- Isaacson v. Isaacson, 348 N.J. Super. 560 (App. Div.), certif. denied, 174 N.J. 364 (2002)