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Child Support & Alimony

This law office is experienced in representing clients in emergency and non - emergency child custody and abduction issues. This office also represents both payers and payees of child support and alimony. New Jersey and out of State clients are welcome.


I can help you before, during or after your first court proceeding involving the following child custody, child support or alimony issues:


  • Prepare, file and argue emergency child custody applications to the court (abduction and prevention of abduction).

  • Prepare, file and argue emergency applications to the court pertaining to the termination of child custody and visitation.

  • Prepare, file and argue applications to the court pertaining to the removal of children from the state.

  • Defend criminal charges of interference with custody and willful non-support.

  • Visitation rights of grandparents.

  • Custodial matters involving the death of a custodial parent.

  • Prepare child custody and visitation plans.

  • Calculate, increase, reduce or terminate child support obligations.

  • Prepare or defend cohabitation motions when alimony is required to be paid to a current or former spouse. 


  • Calculate, increase, reduce or terminate spousal support / alimony obligations. 

  • Prepare or defend child emancipation motions and applications. 

  • Establish, defend, modify or enforce college or trade school involving your children. 

  • Prepare for and attend child support hearings (enforcement or establishment).

  • Prepare for and attend child support detention and arrest hearings.

  • Address child support related arrest warrants and driver's license suspensions.

  • Prosecute and defend motions to enforce or modify court orders for child support or custody.

  • Provide clients with advice with regard to the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction Act (N.J.S.A. 2A:34-28, et seq), The Uniform Interstate Family Support Act (N.J.S.A. 2A:4-30.65, et seq) and The Hague Convention on the Civil Aspects of International Child Abduction (42 U.S.C.A. §11010, et seq).

  • Appointment of Child Guardians.

  • Actions to determine the paternity of a child.

  • Adoptions of children and adults.


  • Prosecute and defend civil contempt proceedings.

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