NOT FOR PUBLICATION WITHOUT THE APPROVAL OF THE APPELLATE DIVISION
Submitted July 2, 2013
On appeal from Superior Court of New Jersey, Chancery Division, Family Part, Passaic County, Docket No. FM-16-316-99.
Dughi, Hewit & Domalewski, P.C., attorneys for appellant (Richard A. Outhwaite, on the brief).
Judith Beyrent, respondent pro se.
Before Judges Sapp-Peterson and Sabatino.
Defendant, Daniel L. Beyrent, appeals from the May 11, 2012 Family Part order denying his motion wherein he sought disclosure, by plaintiff, Judith Beyrent, of the amounts of Social Security benefits she received on behalf of their daughter, a reduction in his child support arrears based upon plaintiff's receipt of Social Security benefits on behalf of their child, and counsel fees and costs associated with the motion. In that order, Judge John E. Selser discontinued child support going forward, but ordered defendant to pay seventy dollars per week towards child support arrears.
On appeal defendant raises the following points for our consideration:
THE WITHIN COURT IS A COURT OF EQUITY AND TO PERMIT RESPONDENT TO "DOUBLE DIP" WITH REGARD TO THE SUPPORT OF THE MONOR CHILD, (I.E. SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFIT AND CHILD SUPPORT) IS INEQUITABLE.
THE RELIEF SOUGHT BY THE APPELLANT DOES NOT CONSTITUTE RETROACTIVE MODIFICATION OF CHILD SUPPORT.
We have considered the points raised in light of the record, briefs submitted and arguments advanced therein, as well as, governing legal principles. We are satisfied defendant's arguments are without sufficient merit to warrant extensive discussion in a ...