Parental Alienation in New Jersey | What You Need to Know

Divorce is among the most emotionally-involved processes anyone has to go through in their lifetime. Unfortunately, this fact is even more true when there are children involved. Fortunately, most divorcing parents can put their differences aside, see the bigger picture, and understand that they have to work together to do…
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Including Video Chats/Virtual Visits in Your Parenting Time Plan

As a divorced co-parent, there is most likely nothing more important to you than being able to spend time with, and raise, your child. That being said, the coronavirus pandemic has changed our way of life for the foreseeable future. In many cases, this pandemic has prevented parents from seeing…
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Tips For Sharing Child Custody With Your Former Spouse

There are few things more important to divorced co-parents than spending time with their children. Nobody wants to imagine going through life unable to raise their child, which is why, under most circumstances, New Jersey courts and co-parents establish child custody agreements. In many cases, NJ courts will split child…
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Can I Relocate With My Child After a Divorce in New Jersey?

If you are someone who is looking to relocate with your child after a divorce, you are most likely wondering about how you can legally do so in the state of New Jersey. Of course, it is illegal to simply pack up and leave with your child, especially if you…
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How Does Substance Abuse Affect Child Custody?

Child custody is one of the most complex family law issues, and if your spouse is claiming you have a substance abuse issue, custody matters will most likely become even more complicated. Please continue reading and speak with our knowledgeable New Jersey family law attorneys to learn more about child…
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Am I Allowed to Modify My Child Custody Agreement in New Jersey?

There is nothing more important to a parent than their child. That is why child custody is oftentimes the most hotly-contested divorce-related issue. However, after a divorce is settled, lives change, including that of your child. If your situation has changed significantly, there is a very good chance that you…
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