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Child Support and Financial Dependence of Special Needs Children

A parent may be required to pay child support beyond the age of 23 due to exceptional circumstances, including mental or physical disability. If you are someone seeking continuation of child support or seeking termination of support, there are things you should know before going to court. Termination of Support In New Jersey, child support …

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How to Prepare Financially for a New Jersey Divorce

The financial aspects of divorce can involve a wide array of legal issues and may impact you and your family immediately and well into the future. The first step towards securing your financial future is preparing for your divorce proceedings. Amongst the many ways to prepare financially for divorce are the document gathering process, establishing …

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Can Grandparents get custody if the child wants to live with them?

Can Grandparents get custody if the child wants to live with them?

Can Grandparents get custody if the child wants to live with them? Our Co-Founder of Jacobs Berger, LLC. Jamie N. Berger practices exclusively in the area of family law. In the following video, Jaimie talks about the rights grandparents have when it comes to visitation and even custody related issues. Grandparents do have certain rights in …

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How can a medical condition impact custody?

How can a medical condition impact custody? Co-Founder Jamie N. Berger handles family law, divorce, alimony, child support and custody related issues at Jacobs Berger, LLC. In the following video, she explains the custody factors the court considers when there are medical conditions involved. The court can and should consider under the custody factors any …

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