Category: Family Law

How to Create a Positive Co-Parenting Relationship

The role of a “co-parent” can refer to not only a divorced spouse, but to anyone who plays an active and principal role in the raising of your children as well. This can be a grandparent(s) or an extended family member, and even a new spouse of your former husband or wife. While it may […]

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How Can Domestic Violence Affect a Child Custody Agreement?

Domestic violence, and the commonly resulting legal actions of temporary restraining orders and final restraining orders, can be one of the most trying, stressful, and emotionally difficult situations for any family to face. In the case of the abused party, securing protection for themselves and/or their children is of extreme importance. On the other hand, […]

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Dividing a Family Business in a Morris County Divorce

Divorce Attorneys Serving the Greater Morristown Area One of the most commonly asked questions during a divorce is “what will happen to my business?”.  Small business owners know just how much work it takes to grow a company, to keep it afloat through uncertain economic times, and just how fragile the company can be.  Something […]

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Step-Parent’s Rights and Adoption Lawyers Morris County NJ

Due to the increase in the divorce rate it is very common for children to have one or even two step-parents in their lives. This can raise some serious and sensitive issues surrounding child custody for the new step-parent. Any new step-parent needs to work hard to develop a new and meaningful relationship with the […]

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Holidays for Separated Co-Parents in Morris County, NJ

While it may not be on the forefront of parents’ minds while going through a divorce or of unmarried parents going through child custody proceedings, scheduling holidays and vacations are amongst the most contentious issues for co-parents. The conflict is often simple: holidays only occur once per year and both co-parents want to spend that time with their children. Thankfully, […]

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Impact of Parental Alienation on Children Morris County NJ

Divorce and Child custody issues are some of the most complicated and impactful judgments made by the courts in Morristown, Morris, Chester and across Morris County .  The fiscal, and emotional futures of entire families often hang in the balance. Family law conflicts are rarely simple and often involve complicated legal matters that can be very intimidating to the average person. The New Jersey divorce […]

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7 Tips On Sharing Your Children & Home During Morris County Divorce

Many divorcing couples discover that they need to continue to share their home temporarily until the divorce is final. This often happens for financial, parent-custody or legal strategy reasons. If you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse have decided to continue to live under the same roof until your divorce is final; there are a few things […]

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Kickoff Post-Divorce Communications With A New Style

Change Communications Styles Post Divorce Morris County Family Law Attorneys Serving Morristown, Chester, Chatham, Mendham, Harding, Parsippany and Morris Township. During and after a divorce you may wish to have as little (or nothing!) to do with your ex. There can be considerable resentment and sadness, or maybe you’re just exhausted from the emotional stress. Whatever […]

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What is Considered a Default Divorce?

Contrary to popular belief, not all divorce proceedings are long and painful. It is actually quite common for divorcing spouses to come to amicable terms of a settlement agreement and get through their divorce with minimal interference. In some cases, this may result in what is known as a default divorce. While not all amicable divorces are ultimately […]

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