What happens when my kids’ other parent won’t consent to an international trip?

With 60-degree weather hitting the Garden State this week (!), we’re all reminded that spring 2018 is right around the corner. That means many of you will be planning spring break and/or summer vacations with your children starting now. Some of your plans may take you to exotic international destinations including Mexico, the Caribbean, or […]

N.J. Court: Russian man can’t run from one family case while pressing another

By Matt Rooney, Esq. | DeMichele & DeMichele, P.C. The wheels of justice turn slowly. Everyone knows that. A New Jersey Appellate court recently added a new wrinkle: you can’t stop the wheel for one case while trying to speed-it-up for another related one. In the Matison v. Lisnyansky decision, which was just approved for publication on […]

Overdue New Jersey child support can lead to passport denial

Remedies are limited for passport holders (or prospective passport holders) who owe $2,500 or more in overdue child support We’ve written before about the various ways to collect child support in New Jersey. But what happens when child support isn’t paid? The potential penalties are wide-ranging and quite severe including everything from asset seizure and income withholding […]

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