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Can you give some context...was the original support order from NJ?
Thank youNJ law allows a court to order support past the age of majority IF the child is enrolled full time in college.So it is possible that the court can extend the support (again, to allow the child to complete college).But what you are describing, it sounds like dad has filed a motion with the court to stop support.The best way to respond to this is with an attorney.The adage "a man who represents himself has a fool for a client" is often true. If you act as your own lawyer, the court will expect you to know the law/rules/procedure/evidence just as if you were admitted to the bar. They (the court) will not cut you any slack. If the goal is to win the case, hire a lawyer.It is possible to convince the court to extend support...best to hire an attorney to assist with the process (to ensure you get the order extended)Heads up....your request for phone call was denied because of problem with your payment. Customer service at
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