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“Owing Support” is Not the Same as Being “Delinquent” for the Purposes of New Jersey Deadbeat Parent Law

By John B. D'Alessandro |

A New Jersey court recently had occasion to decide an issue regarding a state law allowing the state to report people in arrears on their child support payments to credit reporting agencies. The court in Cameron v. Cameron decided that the law applies in cases where a parent has failed to comply with an… Read More »


Court Refuses to Modify Judgment Because of Wife’s Failure to Raise Issues in a Timely Manner

By John B. D'Alessandro |

A New Jersey couple had been married for 18 years when the husband filed for divorce. In his petition for divorce, the husband initially sought sole legal and physical (residential) custody, child support, and equitable distribution of the couple’s marital assets. A copy of the petition was served on the wife, but she failed… Read More »

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New Jersey Court Denies Mother’s Request to Relocate Out-of-State with Child

By John B. D'Alessandro |

In the matter of Hammond v. Hammond, decided on January 2nd in the Superior Court of New Jersey, Appellate Division, the appeals court upheld a lower court’s denial of a mother’s motion to relocate to Georgia with her daughter, who was eight years at the time the motion was made. Under New Jersey law,… Read More »

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Advice from New Jersey family law judges: Don’t wait four years to ask the court to “correct” its “error” regarding child support and alimony

By John B. D'Alessandro |

Earlier this month, a New Jersey appeals court issued a ruling in yet another stage of ongoing litigation between a divorced couple who continue to battle over alimony and child support orders established when the couple divorced more than eight years ago. The couple in this case were married in 1994 and divorced in… Read More »


Lawmakers End Permanent Alimony in New Jersey

By John B. D'Alessandro |

There are many different types of alimony that may be awarded in a divorce in New Jersey. In the past when a family court judge was asked to award alimony, the judge would first make an initial determination whether an award of Permanent alimony was warranted. If not, then the judge would move on… Read More »

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