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New Jersey child support nonpayment lands Rich Dollaz in jail

Child support nonpayment is a serious problem for custodial parents all across America. Unfortunately, the problem is not limited to only the poorer section of society, but it is also a problem with which the more affluent must contend. In one New Jersey case, a TV star has been arrested for child support nonpayment for his two children.

Child support mistakes New Jersey families can avoid

New Jersey parents may think that if they both agree to a child support arrangement, they do not need to seek legal action or a modification through the courts. However, the state is not obligated to honor any child support agreement negotiated between the parties without it being approved by the court. Not only will the parent receiving the support not be protected, but neither will the parent making payments.

New Jersey families may solve child support issues with app

When a couple separates and a child support order is issued, that order isn't necessarily going to meet the needs of that family forever. There are times when added expenses crop up, and one parent may need to ask the other to chip in so as to meet those unexpected or extra costs. This can become confusing, stressful and lead to conflict for New Jersey families navigating the world of co-parenting and child support. Luckily, technology has found a way to make this process simpler and less contentious.

Failure to pay child support could land man in jail

When child support is ordered, a parent may face serious consequences if that order is not honored. However, a parent may have good cause to pursue halting payments or for seeking a modification to the ordered child support payment. New Jersey fathers may be interested in the case of a man who could be facing jail time as he owes more than $30,000 in child support.

Child support fraud could lead to prison time

Child support is ordered as a means of ensuring that a parent lives up to the responsibility of being a parent and that a child is taken care of by that parent. When the family courts in New Jersey order a certain amount of support for a particular period of time, that order serves to protect both parents from any misunderstandings or claims of fraud. However, if a parent agrees to pay a certain amount rather than work through the courts, there may be no protection from fraudulent situations. A recent case in the news highlights the importance of having legal support and family court orders in place when dealing with child support issues.

Child support case results in jail for immigrant

Child support orders are to be followed according to law, or there may be serious consequences for parents. If a parent fails to pay child support or does not comply with any order regarding the care or visitation of children, that parent may face contempt charges. In New Jersey and elsewhere, contempt can lead to jail time, and that time can last until the support is paid or other restitution is made. One child support case making news gets complicated, as the paying parent is an immigrant who says he was not in the country when an order was served.

Man faces felony charges after avoidance of child support

Whenever an unmarried couple has a child or a couple decides to split after the birth of a child and the courts determine a set amount for child support, not paying that amount can lead to serious legal consequences. Yet, there are certain circumstances that can validate reasons a person may say they are unable to pay that child support obligation. Anyone in New Jersey who is behind in support or struggling to get back child support payments may be interested in the story of one man and his reasoning for not paying back due support.

Man tries to rectify child support issues for child who isn't his

The issue of child support can be complicated and stressful for parents as they try to keep up with payments and try to understand changing laws. When a person is facing consequences for not paying child support, those consequences can affect all aspects of their life. Anyone in New Jersey who is in the midst of a child support case or paternity case may find a recent situation in the news interesting. It entails the struggle of a man who was ordered to pay child support for a child who was not his.

New Jersey couples may want a financial advisor in divorce

Divorce can be an extremely difficult process for the parties involved, and if the right steps are not taken, it can leave the individuals hurt both emotionally and financially. However, if certain steps are taken by the parties involved in the divorce, there is potential for the pain caused to be lessened slightly. One option that New Jersey individuals may want to think about is a financial advisor.

Alimony changes in New Jersey could change divorce

Divorce can be a difficult process for those involved, but the financial aspect of divorce can be one of the most difficult topics for couples. The financial aspect of divorce can include the division of assets, child support and even alimony. For most of these items, there are clear guidelines as to how they are supposed to be carried out. However, in New Jersey, there is no time limit on when alimony can be paid after a divorce, but one law aims to change this.