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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What You Need to Know if You Are a Victim of Domestic Violence in New Jersey

There is nothing worse than feeling unsafe in your own home. Unfortunately, individuals in New Jersey and across the world fall victim to acts of domestic violence every single day. If you are someone who is a victim, it is time you take action. There are several steps our firm…
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Does Adultery Affect the Outcome of a Divorce in New Jersey?

There are few things more devastating to a marriage than adultery. This is why, understandably, many spouses ask us if they should tell the court about their spouse’s cheating. This is a very sensitive question, for obvious reasons, however, in most cases, the answer is no. Please continue reading and…
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What You Need to Know About Prenuptial Agreements in New Jersey

When people are about to get married, understandably, the last thing on their minds is a potential divorce. However, just as you would take the time to plan out your wedding, honeymoon, and more, you should also take the time to establish a prenuptial agreement to plan for a potential…
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What do I Need to Know About Child Support in New Jersey?

Divorce matters are often sensitive, especially when children are involved. In New Jersey, after a divorce, both of a child’s parents must financially support them throughout their upbringing. This is done through child support payments that are made from a non-custodial parent to a custodial parent to maintain a standard…
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