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Monthly Archives: November 2021

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When Can I Stop Paying Child Support in New Jersey?

By Katherine K. Wagner |

If you are currently paying child support in New Jersey, you may wonder when you are allowed to stop. Please continue reading and reach out to The Law Offices of Katherine K. Wagner to learn more about when child support ends in New Jersey and how Ms. Wagner can assist you through each step… Read More »

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What is a Gray Divorce?

By Katherine K. Wagner |

A “gray divorce” is a term that refers to couples over the age of 50 who are divorcing. In recent years, our country has seen an uptick in gray divorces. Though the reason why is unclear, many have speculated that it is because the negative stigma surrounding divorce is less prevalent than it was… Read More »

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High Net Worth Divorce in New Jersey: What to Know

By Katherine K. Wagner |

If you are in a high net worth divorce, you must prepare yourself for the legal process ahead. Continue reading and reach out to the Law Offices of Katherine K. Wagner to learn more about high net worth divorce in New Jersey and what you can expect out of the legal process ahead. What… Read More »

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What to Know About Enforcing Child Custody Agreements in New Jersey

By Katherine K. Wagner |

Typically, when a couple with children gets divorced, the most important issue is child custody. If you are a divorced parent and your former spouse refuses to abide by your custody agreement, it is most likely negatively impacting both you and your child. Please continue reading and reach out to the Law Offices of… Read More »

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What Are the Most Common Parenting Time Issues for Parents Who Share Custody?

By Katherine K. Wagner |

There are two primary issues regarding parenting time that may arise for parents who share custody. Continue reading to learn more about these two issues and how parents can come to a resolution that benefits their children. If you have any further questions regarding parenting time or your child custody arrangement, do not hesitate… Read More »

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