Morris County Emancipation Attorneys
Our Morris County Emancipation Attorneys can help you with your emancipation motion in the Morris County Family Court. This is an important motion because child support and/or an obligation to pay college expenses, does not automatically end in New Jersey. If you do nothing about it, your child support will never end! In order for you to stop your child support support obligations, you must ask a New Jersey Superior Court Judge to emancipate your child. This is done by filing a motion for emancipation with the Morris County Family Court. It shocks most people to learn that without a judge granting this motion, your child support will continue forever!
Exactly when a child may be emancipated can be difficult to ascertain, even for an attorney. While children who are not in college are not automatically emancipated at 18 years old, it is a good starting point. However, it does not end the analysis. Motion practice in Morris County Superior Court can be complicated for a pro se litigant. Our Morris County lawyers have met many clients who tried it on their own and failed which only makes it more expensive for them in the long run. That's why it makes sense to invest in a Morris County emancipation attorney to make sure that the motion is done right the first time.
Morris County Emancipation Lawyers
A child who does not go to school full time or who graduates college may be emancipated. However, this is also not automatic. Because families are so dynamic, two Morris County family court judges may come to two different decisions regarding emancipation on very similar cases. Additional questions are also raised with special needs children as well as children attending law school or graduate school. As a result, it is important that you get a team of tough and aggressive Morris County emancipation attorneys at the law offices of Jef Henninger, Esq. on your side. Our Morris County lawyers back down to no one and will fight for you!
Jef Henninger, Esq, one of our tough, smart Morris County emancipation attorneys maintains and edits the NJ Child Support Attorney blog. It is a popular blog that has useful information in addition to stories from our practice in Morris County courts. We hope that you enjoy it.
Our Morris County Emancipation Attorneys answer the phone after-hours so we are easy to reach in case of emergency. If you do get our voicemail, please leave a message and one of our Morris County emancipation lawyers will return your call within hours. You won't have to wait to Monday morning to reach an attorney in the event of a weekend emergency.
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The Law Offices of Jef Henninger represents clients throughout Morris County, New Jersey including: Boonton, Butler, Chatham Borough, Chester, Denville, Dover, East Hanover Twp., Florham Park, Hanover Twp., Cedar Knolls, Whippany, Harding Twp., Green Village, New Vernon, Jefferson Twp., Picatinny Arsenal, Kinnelon, Lincoln Park, Long Hill Twp., Gillette, Stirling, Madison, Mendham Twp., Brookside, Ralston, Pleasant Valley, Mine Hill, Montville, Pine Brook, Towaco, Morris Plains, Morristown, Mount Arlington, Mount Olive Twp., Budd Lake, Flanders, Mountain Lakes, Netcong, Parsippany-Troy Hills Twp., Greystone Park, Lake Hiawatha, Pequannock Twp., Pompton Plains, Randolph Twp., Mount Freedom, Riverdale, Rockaway, Hibernia, Roxbury Twp., Washington Twp., Long Valley and Wharton. *By Appointment Only.