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A basic guide for child support

When one parent gives money to another parent in order to promote the general health and welfare of their children, it's called child support. In most situations, support is paid by the parent who does not have custody or only has limited custody or visitation. Laws that affect child support can be different in New Jersey than they are in other states, so it's important for parents to be educated about the rules in their jurisdictions.

Understanding family court decisions in custody cases

Parents in New Jersey may wonder what exactly family court judges mean when they say that they make decisions in the best interests of the child. While most parents, even those engaged in a custody dispute, want the best outcomes for their children, they may not be aware of the factors that can contribute to a decision in a custody hearing. A family court judge is charged with putting the children's interests first rather than the feelings or concerns of the parents. However, the court system recognizes that deep connections with both parents are critical to a child's healthy development as long as no abuse or neglect is present.

The potential impact of a custodial parent's relocation

When parents in New Jersey and throughout the country get divorced, they must keep the best interests of their children in mind. This means that it may not necessarily be a good idea to move to a new state, and it can be even harder to justify if it means taking the child further from the other parent. However, a relocation may get the blessing of a judge or the child's other parent if it's done for a legitimate reason.

Obtaining visitation during a divorce

When a New Jersey couple decides to get a divorce, determining how to split up time and parental responsibilities can be difficult, especially if the former couple is not able to work together. In some of these cases, the custodial disputes can get ugly and even result in preventing a parent from being able to maintain a solid relationship with his or her children.

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