In a ruling likely to impact pro athletes, entertainers and others with highly mobile careers, a New Jersey family court judge has held that he lacks the power to modify a child support order against former Giants running back Ahmad Bradshaw.

Superior Court Judge Sohail Mohammed, in a precedential ruling released Tuesday, held that because the child and both parents do not live in New Jersey, the state lacked jurisdiction under the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act. While a Giant, Bradshaw had been living in Clifton, N.J.

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