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Calculating support for a child

Posted in *All Posts, Child-support, Child-support-modification

Where an ordinary reasonable person would understand that a situation poses dangerous risks and acts without regard for the potentially serious consequences, the law holds him responsible for the injuries he causes

Posted in *All Posts, Child Abuse

The prime criteria for establishing a joint legal custodial relationship between divorced or separated parents centers on the ability of those parents to agree, communicate and cooperate in matters relating to the health, safety and welfare of the child notwithstanding animosity or acrimony they may harbor towards each other

Posted in *All Posts, Child-custody

Child abuse may consists of the habitual use in the hearing of a child, of profane, indecent or obscene language

Posted in *All Posts, *Published case, Child Abuse

Settlement of litigation ranks high in the pantheon of public policy

Posted in *All Posts, Alimony, Child-custody, Divorce, Equitable-distribution, Property-settlement-agreement, Settlement agreement

Excessive corporal punishment

Posted in *All Posts, *Published case, Child Abuse

Child abuse and neglect involving exposure to domestic violence

Posted in *All Posts, Child Abuse

The fact-finding hearing is a critical element of the abuse and neglect process, as it is at that point the Division must prove its allegations by a preponderance of the evidence

Posted in *All Posts, Child Abuse

Child-care expenses are added to child support awards as an additional cost related to caring for the children

Posted in *All Posts, Child-support

The Child Sexual Abuse Act

Posted in *All Posts, Child Abuse, Statute of Limitations, Torts

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