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Child Support Lawyer | Serving Rumson, NJ
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The Law Office of Toby Grabelle, LLC is experienced and knowledgeable in all aspects of family law, especially divorce proceedings. Attorney Grabelle fully understands that divorce can be a difficult time. When you are faced with these overwhelming legal matters, you need an attorney who makes you feel comfortable enough to form a personal working relationship …
There are various ways to terminate child support, including the child reaching the age of adulthood for your particular state. Child support can also terminate when a child gets married, enters in the armed services, and other reasons that vary by state. Every state is different so make sure you contact a Rumson child support termination attorney to determine the methods to terminate child support in your state.
Failure to visit or see your child does not terminate your obligation to pay child support. There are instances however where the court may relieve the non-custodial parent of their obligation to pay child support, for instance when a child seeks emancipation. A Rumson family law attorney will assist you in determining whether or not you can try to terminate child support or not.
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