Monmouth County Superior Court
This case had been going on for about 12 years in one form or another. The client had filed a motion to reduce his alimony payments. The current litigation actually goes back to 2006 so its been six straight years of litigation. Our Monmouth County Alimony Lawyers were about the fifth law firm on the case. Some lawyers get scared of such cases but our Monmouth County Lawyers understand that it sometimes takes a while to find the right lawyer. We fought hard for the client and the ex-wife had a lawyer from a big law firm representing her. After months of extensive litigation, the case went to trial.
The trial lasted for several days and it involved a number of witnesses, voluminous exhibits, an expert witness and a whole host of other issues that made the case quite complex. In fact, it took the judge months to issue a decision. In the end, we were successful. Our lawyers were able to show that our client’s income had decreased and that he was entitled to a reduction in his alimony payments. As a result, the client’s alimony was reduced all the way back to 2006. This saved the client $150,000 in alimony payments.
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Our Passaic County Child Support Lawyers were able to secure another huge victory for a client. In this case, the client racked up a large amount of arrears due to his child support obligation. Our lawyers first had to find the other side’s address so that we could serve her with the emancipation motion. This proved difficult but due to the skilled efforts of our lawyers, we were able to locate the address without having to hire a private investigator. After receiving our motion for emancipation, the other side hired a lawyer to contest the emancipation date. This was very important because the client had a warrant out for his arrest due the failure to pay child support. The case went to court and by the time we left, our NJ emancipation lawyers secured an order that terminated his child support obligation, vacated his arrears and vacated his bench warrant. In other words, it was a total victory.
Thus, even though the other side claimed that the child’s drug problems prevented emancipation, we were still able to over these arguments.
Our Essex County Child Support Attorneys are pleased to announce that we have helped yet another client emancipate a child for a client that had tried and failed in the past. Our client had filed an emancipation motion pro se but like many, he could not be successful especially because the other side would dodge service. Our lawyers fought hard and we were able to secure an order that retroactively emancipated the child years prior. We also were able to get the client’s child support motion reduced for his other child. As a result, he will not have a child support payment for about 18 months. Needless to say, this was a huge victory.
Client filed a motion to emancipate his child which was met by a cross motion seeking a ton of money in stock and other assets from the client. He then hired our firm to take care of the cross motion. Jef filed a response which hit back hard at the cross motion. As a result, the Court sided with Jef and the client was very happy with the final order.
Client was choking due to amount of child support he had to pay in addition to having to support his new children with his current wife. Jef was able to get one of his children emancipated which reduced his child support. However, Jef also was able to further reduce his child support to account for the support that he has to provide to his other children.
Between college expenses and child support, client had built up over $60,000 worth of arrears. Jef filed a motion with the court to vacate all of his arrears and emancipate his children. The court issued a “tentative decision” which indicated that the motion was partly granted. The two children would be emancipated but the client would still have arrears of $15,000. With $45,000 worth of arrears wiped out, some would call that a win. However, Jef would accept nothing short of a zero arrears figure. Jef appeared for oral argument and fought hard against both the judge and the other attorney. Even though most tentative decisions are never changed, the court sided with Jef and the client was held not responsible for any debt. This is what we mean when we say that our New Jersey child support attorneys will fight for you!
Somerset County child support attorneys
Client was facing a motion for an increase in child support. We showed the court that the motion was baseless. As a result it was denied completely. Thus, just because a child support motion is filed in court does not mean that the court will actually grant the motion. If the motion is baseless, your lawyer has to argue that and fight against it.
Hudson County Child Support Lawyers
-Reynaldo M. Client was facing a motion for child support from a child he never met. The child was 12 and he had no idea it was his. The mother was looking for child support from birth to now and in the future. After almost a year of litigation, Jef shut down the entire motion so that the client did not have to pay one cent in child support, either now or later. While the case took a while to fight, the client was very happy with the result.
Morris County Child Support Attorney
Client’s daughter clearly saw him as a wallet. In fact, she told him so in a sarcastic greeting card. As a result, Jef fought hard to get the child emancipated. It was a very tough case involving a number of issues, including Gac issues. After months of fighting, Jef worked out an agreement that emancipated the child even though she was still in school in exchange for a lump sum payment to the mother. This settlement saved the client a ton of money in child support, college expenses and legal fees.
Client was a truck driver in California who grew estranged from his daughter who lived in New Jersey. As a result, he had little information about her current education status. Jef launched an investigation and filed several subpoenas. Jef found out that his daughter indicated that she was married. In addition, Jef found out what college she was attending and that she would register for full credits but drop or fail almost all of them. Jef showed the court that she was really going to school part time, so she was emancipated. Because the emancipation was made retroactive, the client was actually owed approximately $15,000 from the other party.
Essex County Emancipation Lawyer