Child Support Enforcements Attorneys

Child support is a right and not an option. If you are a parent who is receiving late, insufficient or entirely unfulfilled child support payments, you have legal options. A child support, alimony/spousal support or child custody agreement is a court-ordered decree. Both parties are legally bound with the Court to be in compliance with the decree. This means the Court has authority to enforce the terms of your divorce agreement if either party fails to meet his or her obligations.

More Than Two Decades of Family Law Experience

At Musulin Law Firm, LLC, Attorney Christopher Musulin has decades of experience in family law matters. The legal team at Musulin Law Firm is very experienced and adept in helping people throughout New Jersey seek modifications and enforcements of court orders.

Contact a New Jersey enforcements lawyer today to schedule a consultation or call 609-267-0070.

Enforcement of New Jersey Child Support

One of the most common areas that requires enforcement is child support. If you require enforcement measures with spousal support/alimony payments as well as child custody and visitation matters, the lawyers at Musulin Law Firm can also assist you.

The New Jersey courts take child support payments very seriously and can hand down consequences when this is violated. They include:

  • Wage garnishments
  • License suspension (including business licensure)
  • Seizure of property
  • Tax refund interception
  • Contempt of court
  • Fines
  • Jail time

Contact a Mount Holly Child Support and Post-Decree Enforcement Lawyer

To learn more about enforcements of child support, child custody or spousal support orders, contact the New Jersey enforcements lawyers at Musulin Law Firm, LLC. With an office in Mount Holly, we represent parents whose cases are venued throughout South Jersey counties. Call us at 609-267-0070.

Christopher Musulin is a Fellow of the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers and the author of numerous booklets and articles. He has been practicing family law for over 30 years.

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