CHILD SUPPORT FOR UNMARRIED PARENTS Can I receive child support even though I was never married? Yes. There is no requirement that parents be married at the time of a child’s birth (or ever) in order for a custodial parent (the parent the child lives with) to receive child support. Both parents have Read More …
Category: CHILD SUPPORT
Notice of Proposed Child Support Obligation Termination in New Jersey—Why am I Receiving This? As a result of a new law in New Jersey regarding termination of child support, payors and payees may now be receiving notices from the Probation Division of the Superior Court titled “Notice of Proposed Child Support Obligation Termination.”
Many people wonder if they are able to receive an increase in child support after a court order is entered. The general rule is that you may apply to the court for an increase in child support any time you experience a change in circumstances.
When trying to determine the answer to this question, it is first important to distinguish between the two types of disability benefits an individual can potentially receive: 1) Supplemental Security Income (SSI) and 2) Social Security Disability (SSD).