I NEED AN AFFORDABLE LWYER WHO CAN HELP ME WITH A FAMILY COURT MATTER IN ATLANTIC CITY NJ
My husband was taken to court in June by his daughters mother to make him pay for her Masters degree college tuition. We went to court and the judge was inclined to deny the daughter's mothers request until she mentioned that the circumstances were the same as ross vs ross. We cannot find any info on this case for comparison. the judge stated that the ross vs ross was a unique case and needed time to review. we just received a letter stating to provide financial income in order for the judge to make a decision. we cannot afford to continue paying for the daughters college degree as we have 2 others who will be entering college and we have already paid for the daughters bachelors degree. we need to be clear on the laws in nj and we need a reasonable lwayer for atlantic county nj.
I provided details regarding the case. Please advise on what the outcome might be.
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