Having a baby does not emancipate adult child
Just won a case last week for a great client. The father of her child tried to emancipate her just because the child had a baby. However, the child still lived at home and was being supported by my client. The court agreed with us and found that a child having a baby has nothing to do with regard to whether or not the child has moved beyond the sphere of influence of the parents. So, we won the case fairly easily.
If you want an attorney that will back down to no one, call the team of tough, smart Morris County Child Support Lawyers today.
Posted on April 6, 2009, in Big Wins, My Practice and tagged Child Support, emancipation, Morris County Child Support Attorney, Morris County Child Support Lawyers, Morris County Child Support Motion, Morris County Emancipation Motion, New Jersey. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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