If there is already an allimony obligation in place and you are now earning as you say you can file to reduce or eliminate the alimony based on the changed circumstances. If alimony has not yet been decided, your wife would likely not be entitled to alimony based on the incomes you've described. Alimony is based on a number of factors including income so these must be considered.
Child support and parenting time are considered as two separate issues under New Jersey law. The amount of overnight parenting time exercised by each parent is a factor when making a child support determination, though. You may want to consult an an attorney for further advice regarding the specific facts and circumstances on your case.
The entire purpose of a restraining order is to put distance between you and your ex. I concur with the other postings. You should sit down with an experienced family attorney and discuss the complete details of your matter. Good luck.
You should contact DCPP formerly DYFS to let them know you are looking to gain custody of your child. Since you are the father, they will have to provide you services to see if reunification is appropriate for the child. I recommend that you consult with an experienced Family Law attorney who can review the specific facts and circumstances involved in your matter and advise you accordingly. The article (or articles) located at the link provided below may also offer some helpful information...
As soon as your son knows what college he will attend and how much the tuition will be you can file the motion. I recommend that you consult with an experienced Family Law attorney who can review the specific facts and circumstances involved in your matter and advise you accordingly. The article (or articles) located at the link provided below may also offer some helpful information and guidance. http://www.weinbergerlawgroup.com/children-parenting/child-support/educational-expenses.aspx
His citizenship does not change his rights, however, you should file for custody in your county to establish this right and request child support. The court can also control his access and ability to take the child out of the country.
Please read http://www.weinbergerlawgroup.com/Articles/Relocating-out-of-the-State-of-New-Jersey.html regarding this very issue. I think that you will find this article helfpul. The simply answer is that you do need to get his permission to take your child out of state. You should consult with one of our experienced child custody lawyers for free before you make any decisions.
As my colleagues have suggested, I also recommend that you, at the very least, consult with an experienced Family Law attorney. This can be the same attorney you used for your divorce, or another attorney if you wish. You absolutely must repsond to the filing so the Court has the benefit of your "side of the story." You may also find the information located at the link provided below helpful. Best of luck to you!