- Burlington County Library
The NJ Superior Court of Burlington County, in partnership with the Burlington County Library System, is proud to announce an outreach program that will present two seminars of timely importance to the Burlington County community. These programs are part of a National Customer Service Week celebration intended to let Burlington County residents access court staff to learn about court processes. In addition to two seminars, there will be tables staffed by court personnel from the Criminal (highlighting Criminal Justice Reform), Family, Probation, Municipal, and Civil Divisions who will answer questions the public may have. The seminars are intended inform the public about upcoming changes in legislation that impact court users, and a program regarding a safety issue of paramount importance to any parent or young person. The seminars are:
The New Child Support Termination Law: What it Means to You
New Jersey is just one of two states that does not have a predetermined timeframe for child support obligations to end. It has been the responsibility of the parties to file an application and have the court make that determination on a case-by-case basis. However, on January 19, 2016, Governor Christie signed a law, which goes into effect February 1, 2017, that automatically terminates the obligation to pay child support when a child turns 19 years old, marries, dies, or enters the military. In limited circumstances, the support can continue until the child is 23 years old. Please join us for an informational session entitled “The New Child Support Termination Law: What it Means to You” to learn more about this legislation, the timeframes associated with this new law, and how this may affect you. The presenters are; Court Services Supervisor Jennifer Black, Assistant Family Division Manager Sharyn Sherman, and Senior Probation Officer Danielle Lewis from the Burlington Vicinage Superior Court.
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