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Skipping child support payments could lead to jail in New Jersey

When individuals who have underage children go through divorce, it is likely that the noncustodial parent will be required to make support payments. Child support can help custodial parents better provide for their children's needs. However, if the noncustodial parents fail to make those payments, legal action could result.

New Jersey child custody decisions should benefit children

Divorce issues often impact more individuals than just the couple seeking to dissolve the marriage. Children are especially vulnerable to facing considerable changes and emotional distress Due to child custody proceedings. As a result, many New Jersey parents may want to ensure that they work to make their children more comfortable.

Social media accounts may be evidence in New Jersey divorce cases

Social media has become a big part of many New Jersey residents lives. They may post about a variety of topics, and sometimes, they may make posts without fully considering the consequences. Certainly, it may seem harmless to post pictures of a vacation or a comment about a relationship, but for individuals going through divorce, these posts could have considerable affects on proceedings.

Uncivil interactions may signify impending divorce in New Jersey

There are many times throughout a person's life when he or she may feel unhappy. In many cases, unhappy feelings may be attached to a fleeting situation or event, and the person may begin to feel happy again later. Other individuals may face more difficult circumstances, and their marriage may be something that makes them unhappy. In such situations, New Jersey residents may consider divorce.

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