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Can Parents Agree to Deviate from the Child Support Guidelines?

In New Jersey, the basic amount of child support is calculated according to a formula – the New Jersey Child Support Guidelines. Does New Jersey law allow parents to “deviate” from the amount determined by this formula?

When Do Parenting Time Orders End?

In almost every divorce involving children, parents will need to address the issue of parenting time. A common question raised by divorced parents is whether at some point, the parenting time order ends because children are old enough to decide what time they will spend with each parent.

Debra S. Weisberg, Esq., was named as a 2019 New Jersey SuperLawyer

Debra S. Weisberg, Esq., Partner, with Donahue, Hagan, Klein & Weisberg, LLC was named as a 2019 New Jersey SuperLawyers, Top 100 2019 SuperLawyers and Top 50 Women 2019 SuperLawyers.

Why You Should Consider Owning a Life Insurance Policy on Your Former Spouse

When divorcing, it is common practice for parties to secure their alimony and/or child support obligations by agreeing to carry a certain amount of life insurance. Problems can occur, however, when one spouse does not maintain the life insurance policy and does not disclose that he/she has allowed the life insurance policy to lapse.

Partner, Debra S. Weisberg, Esq. moderated a seminar for the Morris County Bar Association Family Law Committee.

Partner, Debra S. Weisberg, Esq. moderated a seminar for the Morris County Bar Association Family Law Committee entitled, “The Tax Cut and Jobs Act of 2017: How it Impacts Family Law Practice, Alimony and Other Support Issues in 2019 and Beyond” which took place on March 12, 2019. The Morris County Bar Association Family Law […]


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