Who Pays for the Car Insurance for a Teen Driver Under a Custody Arrangement?
As a New Jersey Child Support Lawyer, clients often come in and ask how they handle paying for their child’s car insurance after a divorce.
- Don’t neglect those very important family details, such as a child who is approaching the age when he or she becomes eligible to get a driving permit. When that happens, car insurance may be a significant impact on the household budget where that child lives.
- Both parents can agree at the time of a divorce how foreseeable expenses such as those associated with a child beginning to drive – including the cost of car insurance and driving school.
Is your child reaching the driving age, and you are concerned about how to pay insurance costs? Contact New Jersey Child Support Lawyer Tanya L. Freeman for guidance.
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Tanya L. Freeman is a Principal in the firm’s Family Law Group. An accomplished client advocate, Ms. Freeman provides legal representation in all aspects of family law, including divorce, child and spousal support, child custody, interstate custody, relocation disputes and domestic violence matters.
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