What to Know About Relocation Cases in NJ

There are two circumstances that a relocation case will be opened in New Jersey courts: a custodial parent seeks to relocate the child within New Jersey, but far from the marital home, or a custodial parent seeks to move their child outside of New Jersey. The New Jersey Supreme Court changed its standard for removal […]

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How Can Substance Abuse Affect Child Custody?

If you believe you or your former spouse has a substance abuse problem and are curious how it will affect your child custody agreement, continue reading. Speak with our knowledgeable New Jersey family law attorney to discuss your options and learn how our services can benefit you and your child custody situation. What are the […]

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Can I Appeal the Decisions of My Divorce in New Jersey?

Leaving the decisions of marital issues in the hands of a judge can often result in spouses finding themselves disappointed. They may even believe that the judge saw the case wrong or made a mistake. This often results in these individuals choosing to file an appeal regarding the decisions of their divorce. Continue reading to […]

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Child Custody Consequences of Alienation in New Jersey

One parent interfering with the other parent’s ability to spend time with their children is defined as parental alienation. This tactic often goes hand in hand with poisoning the child against the other parent by badmouthing them. Alienation is looked down on severely by the courts and comes with serious consequences. Reach out to an […]

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What is the child support termination process in New Jersey?

It is important to familiarize yourself with the child support laws in New Jersey, especially those that include the child support termination process. Continue reading to discover New Jersey’s child support termination laws and what to expect during the child support termination process in New Jersey. Reach out to an experienced New Jersey family law […]

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Can I make modifications post-divorce?

Divorce is not a simple process. The courts understand that complications between two ex-spouses do not stop after the divorce is finalized. Sometimes modifications need to be made to a divorce settlement. Typically, if one or both spouses’ life has changed substantially, they will have grounds to revisit the initial divorce agreement. These modifications will […]

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