Emancipation and New Bill

Asked 8 months ago - Delran, NJ

There is a new bill recently passed that clarifies when a judge can emancipate a child. Does this mean that support collected through probation will now be subject to this new bill? If support is not collected through probation, will the NCP still need to go to Court to get a child emancipated (if the CP does not agree)?

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  1. Ronald Glenn Lieberman

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    Answered . The bill is not law yet and still will require modification motions.

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  2. Amy B. Hansel

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    Answered . The bill has not passed yet . You need to refer to the language in your settlement agreement or Order to know the guidelines for emancipation in your particular case.

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  3. Jason David Roth

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    Answered . A bill is not law. Contact an attorney to file a motion for emancipation if the facts warrant the relief.

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