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CHANGING EXISTING CHILD SUPPORT AGREEMENTS

iStock-660328504-250x167.jpgChild support agreements are frequently reached between unmarried parents or co-parents during a divorce. These terms are meant to provide a consistent financial situation for New Jersey children, and are based on a number of personal and economic factors. However, agreements which may have been equitable at one point may not hold up over 18 plus years in practice. There are many situations in which child support agreements may be either modified or terminated based on the circumstances of parents and children.

WHAT FACTORS DETERMINE CHILD CUSTODY IN NEW JERSEY?

iStock-531350725-2-250x179.jpgChild custody is amongst the most important issues during New Jersey divorce. The terms of a child custody agreement may determine where a child lives, which co-parents may make major life choices, and how much time a child will spend with each parent. It is therefore vital for co-parents to understand child custody regulations and what factors play a role in determining child custody agreements. Whether you are seeking temporary child custody during divorce or an amicable child custody agreement, working with a qualified and experienced family law attorney can make all the difference.

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