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Category Archives: Fathers’ Rights

When Does Child and Medical Support End in NJ?

Child Support Attorneys Discuss Children´s Rights and Emancipation Issues helping clients in Woodland Park and across Passaic County It is a common belief that children who receive child support from a non-custodial parent are automatically emancipated at the age of 18 and thus relieve the parent who pays of any responsibility for future payments. However,… Read More

Can Incarceration Be Cause to Modify or Terminate Child Support?

Child Support Lawyers Assist Clients in Woodland Park, Wayne, Paterson and across Passaic and Essex Counties In New Jersey and across the United States, child support obligations are one of the primary issues dealt with by family law courts when a marriage or relationship ends between people who have children, whether it be my consensual… Read More

Equal Protection and Due Process Attorneys Passaic County NJ

Everyone has rights to fair representation under the law. At Del Sardo & Montanari, LLC 973-233-4396 we’re dedicated to advocating for and protecting the rights of our clients no matter the circumstance or the area of law. We have counsel dedicated to family law, criminal defense, personal injury, and employment law serving clients across Passaic County in Paterson,… Read More

Who decides on Passaic County Child’s Best Interest?

Family Law NJ Attorneys explain how the law looks at “a child’s best interests” serving Passaic County, Woodland Park, Clifton, Wayne, Little Falls, West Milford, Paterson As a rule, decisions about adoption, child custody or any issue that affects a child’s welfare are made by determining through the lens of the “best interests of the… Read More

Passaic County Birth Father’s Rights

Contact Woodland Park family lawyers about your paternal and adoption rights today 973-233-4396 New Jersey adoptions generally require the consent of both biological parents. One of the first steps in the adoption procedure is for the biological parents to legally give their consent to the course of adoption for the child. The consent has the… Read More

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