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With unemployment on the rise, many are unable to meet their support obligations. Questions arise on whether modifications to child support can be made during the COVID 19 crisis.
Customarily, there needs to be a sustained change in income before a court will modify a non-custodial parent’s child support obligation. If you are experiencing an issue call Eveland Foster Family Law today at (973) 841-8856 to discuss your situation with an experienced attorney.
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