Termination of Child Support
Wondering how much longer you have to pay child support in New Jersey? Watch this video to learn about termination of child support.
When does child support end in New Jersey?
If you’re here, you might have questions about child support payments in New Jersey. The courts will require you as a paying parent to pay child support so long as your child is not emancipated.Emancipation is a legal concept that generally means the child is outside of the sphere of influence of any particular parent, whether they’ve gotten married on their own, completed college, or gone into the military service. There are a multitude of factors that courts will consider in order to determine what an emancipation event is. Generally speaking, though, you should be prepared to pay child support until at least your child is 18 or graduates college.
Are you or a loved one dealing with a family law matter have questions about the termination of child support in New Jersey? Contact New Jersey child support lawyer Bart W. Lombardo for a free confidential consultation and case evaluation. Let our experience work for you.
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