Child Support Enforcement or Recovery

After your divorce is finalized, you may still find yourself involved in struggles with your ex-spouse. In particular, couples who have children may quarrel about child support and child support payments or the paying spouse might fall behind on payments. During this time, an experienced family lawyer can help you to enforce your child support order, including guiding you in any court actions needed on your part.

New Jersey Child Support Enforcement

In New Jersey, a child support order is a court order by which both parties are legally bound. When one party fails to fulfill their obligation under the order, you may need to seek legal counsel in order to obtain the child support that is owed to your children.

Enforcement of a child support order is the effort to make sure that child support and overdue payments are made by the defaulting parent. The family courts in New Jersey are generally willing to take strong measures to enforce child support payments. As a result, the defaulting parent may find that the courts have authorized the invasion of his or her financial asset or issued a bench warrant for his or her arrest and incarceration.

If you are owed child support, there are numerous options by which to enforce the payments, including:

  • Interception of tax refunds
  • Wage attachments
  • Seizing property
  • Suspending business licenses
  • And more

Help When You Need to Enforce Your Child Support Orders

If you are owed back child support on behalf of your child, the New Jersey child support lawyers at Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group will help you get the money your child is owed. By educating you about all of your child support enforcement options, our lawyers will ensure that your family’s needs are not ignored. Whether your ex-spouse refuses to pay child support or has simply moved out of state, a knowledgeable and zealous family law attorney can ensure that you receive all of the money that is owed to your children.

Help When You are Behind on Your Child Support Payments

There are times when you may fall behind on child support payments for legitimate reasons. Maybe you have experienced the loss of a job or are recently recovering from an accident. During these uncertain times, you will need an skilled family law attorney to be a strong legal advocate for your rights and the rights of your children.

If you are behind in making your child support payments, you need legal help today. Our attorneys assist you in negotiating a payment plan so you can get current on the child support you owe. Experienced legal counsel can help you avoid harsh penalties and unnecessary arrest.

Please contact us to schedule your consultation. Secure your future. Call us today: 888-888-0919.