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New Jersey Child Support Lawyers: ‘I Think My Husband Quit His Job to Avoid Child Support’

You have learned that your husband quit his job, and you are worried about child support payments.  You are not alone.  This is a common problem faced by divorced women with children and child support orders. There are steps you can take if you believe your ex-husband is avoiding employment in order to avoid making …

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Summer Parenting Time and Vacation for Divorced Parents

We are in the heat of summer, literally and figuratively, and divorced parents are in the midst of coordinating parenting time schedules and summer vacations, along with their children’s summer camps and extracurricular activities. While this season allows for more flexibility and time spent with children, summer parenting time schedules and vacations usually require advanced …

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Have You Missed Child Support Payments in New Jersey? Get Help With Child Support Arrears

Life happens. As a noncustodial parent paying child support in New Jersey, you may find yourself in circumstances where you are unable to pay. Help is available, so the first thing you should know is – don’t ignore the problem. If you ignore your child support obligations, they won’t go away and the problem will …

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Consider Hiring an Employability Expert In a Child Support Case

In New Jersey, child support awards are based on a calculation that considers each parent’s income and the amount of parenting responsibility each parent has for the child or children. Because child support awards are based in part on calculations of income, it is important that the divorce judge has all available information about how …

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Late Child Support or Spousal Maintenance Payments – What You Can Do To Collect

New Jersey has changed the way it collects child support payments, to help prevent late payment or nonpayment of child support. Absent an express written agreement between the parents, required child support payments are withheld from the parent’s paycheck, for all support orders that began or were changed after November 1, 1990. This is true …

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How Much Money Before a Bench Warrant Issues for Child Support Arrears?

When will a Bench Warrant issue for child support arrears? This is a question often worried about by a payor that is in over his head financially and behind in his child support obligation. First, rest assured, you will be notified several times before a warrant is issued for your arrest. In the instance where …

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PPR in Child Custody Determinations – What it Means and Why it Matters

In shared parenting child custody situations, the divorce and family law courts talk about the “PPR” and ”PAR.” What do these acronyms mean and why do they matter? PPR means “parent of primary residence.” PAR means “parent of alternate residence.” The PPR is the parent with whom the child lives during the majority of an …

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Can I Withhold Payment of Child Support if I am Not Getting Enough Parenting Time with my Children?

Child support and parenting time can present real challenges. At Lyons & Associates, P.C., we specialize in all aspects of matrimonial and family law, and we often get asked about the interplay between money for your kinds and time with your kids. The short answer is “no.” Courts do not like it when parents try …

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Does Child Support End at Graduation?

If you have a child who is about to graduate from high school or college, you may be wondering if child support will stop. We at Lyons & Associates, P.C. specialize in all aspects of matrimonial and family law. We often counsel clients on issues relating to graduation and child support. Unlike many other States, …

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New Jersey Child Support Lawyers: ‘I Think My Husband Quit His Job to Avoid Child Support’

You have learned that your husband quit his job, and you are worried about child support payments.  You are not alone.  This is a common problem faced by divorced women with children and child support orders. There are steps you can take if you believe your ex-husband is avoiding employment in order to avoid making …

Continue Reading…

Summer Parenting Time and Vacation for Divorced Parents

We are in the heat of summer, literally and figuratively, and divorced parents are in the midst of coordinating parenting time schedules and summer vacations, along with their children’s summer camps and extracurricular activities. While this season allows for more flexibility and time spent with children, summer parenting time schedules and vacations usually require advanced …

Continue Reading…

Have You Missed Child Support Payments in New Jersey? Get Help With Child Support Arrears

Life happens. As a noncustodial parent paying child support in New Jersey, you may find yourself in circumstances where you are unable to pay. Help is available, so the first thing you should know is – don’t ignore the problem. If you ignore your child support obligations, they won’t go away and the problem will …

Continue Reading…

Consider Hiring an Employability Expert In a Child Support Case

In New Jersey, child support awards are based on a calculation that considers each parent’s income and the amount of parenting responsibility each parent has for the child or children. Because child support awards are based in part on calculations of income, it is important that the divorce judge has all available information about how …

Continue Reading…

Late Child Support or Spousal Maintenance Payments – What You Can Do To Collect

New Jersey has changed the way it collects child support payments, to help prevent late payment or nonpayment of child support. Absent an express written agreement between the parents, required child support payments are withheld from the parent’s paycheck, for all support orders that began or were changed after November 1, 1990. This is true …

Continue Reading…

Please Watch Our Latest Commercial!

Please click the following link to view our latest commercial spot : Lyons & Associates, P.C. Commercial Spot Contact the Law Office of Lyons & Associates At Lyons & Associates, we bring a high level of personalized service and attention to each of our clients, in every family law case we handle. To schedule an …

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How Much Money Before a Bench Warrant Issues for Child Support Arrears?

When will a Bench Warrant issue for child support arrears? This is a question often worried about by a payor that is in over his head financially and behind in his child support obligation. First, rest assured, you will be notified several times before a warrant is issued for your arrest. In the instance where …

Continue Reading…

PPR in Child Custody Determinations – What it Means and Why it Matters

In shared parenting child custody situations, the divorce and family law courts talk about the “PPR” and ”PAR.” What do these acronyms mean and why do they matter? PPR means “parent of primary residence.” PAR means “parent of alternate residence.” The PPR is the parent with whom the child lives during the majority of an …

Continue Reading…

Can I Withhold Payment of Child Support if I am Not Getting Enough Parenting Time with my Children?

Child support and parenting time can present real challenges. At Lyons & Associates, P.C., we specialize in all aspects of matrimonial and family law, and we often get asked about the interplay between money for your kinds and time with your kids. The short answer is “no.” Courts do not like it when parents try …

Continue Reading…

Does Child Support End at Graduation?

If you have a child who is about to graduate from high school or college, you may be wondering if child support will stop. We at Lyons & Associates, P.C. specialize in all aspects of matrimonial and family law. We often counsel clients on issues relating to graduation and child support. Unlike many other States, …

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