Category Archives: Child Support

Is COVID-19 Making It More Expensive to Raise a Family?

How COVID-19 Is Affecting the Cost of Raising a Child and the Need For a Family Lawyer During the COVID-19 pandemic, 60% of parents report that they do not have any outside help for child care. This and other pandemic-related problems are leading to all sorts of financial challenges. Understanding how the pandemic is affecting…

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Are the Effects of COVID a Reason to Stop Paying Child Support?
Can You Stop Paying Child Support Due to COVID-19? If you are one of the 7 million Americans with a child support agreement or order, you may be wondering how the COVID-19 pandemic will affect it. The economic effects of the pandemic have made it quite tricky for some parents to be able to afford... Read More
Jeralyn Lawrence on NJ State Bar Panel

As part of the New Jersey State Bar Association Institute of Legal Education’s 2020 Summer CLEfest Webcast Series, Jeralyn Lawrence was among a panel of distinguished speakers and judges on August 13, 2020 that were speaking today on two key issues in Family Law in New Jersey today titled “Calculating the Marital Lifestyle: The Domino…

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Jeralyn Lawrence Answers on NJ.com

Can I get my child’s father to pay back child support from his pension? Good question. See how Jeralyn Lawrence answers it here …https://1l.ink/3R68MBH

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Jeralyn Lawrence to Discuss Child Support Guidelines

Jeralyn Lawrence, founder and Managing Partner of Lawrence Law, will present Deviations from the Child Support Guidelines at NJICLE’s Family Law Summer Institute. The Family Law Summer Institute, presented in cooperation with the New Jersey State Bar Association Family Law Section, is a 2-day live webcast program on July 21 and 22 from 9 a.m….

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What is Emancipation in New Jersey?

As a general matter, New Jersey parents must pay child support until the emancipation of a child. Emancipation is a term that describes the occurrence of an event wherein a child has moved beyond the “sphere of influence” of his or her parents. In other words, emancipation is the act by which a parent relinquishes…

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