Category: Family Law

Enforcing Child Custody Agreements in New Jersey

Divorces are usually very complex and difficult experiences for two spouses. These situations can become even more emotionally exhausting when they involve children. When parents go through a divorce, they are required to determine arrangements for the future of their children. This includes establishing a child custody agreement. A custody arrangement determines a child’s custodial […]

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Enforcing Child Support Settlements in New Jersey

Parents who go through a divorce must determine arrangements for their children’s future. This includes settling child support payments. Child support is payments that are made from the non-custodial parent to the custodial parent in order to continue financially supporting their child after the divorce. The amount that is paid in child support is determined […]

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Can I Modify a Child Custody Agreement in New Jersey?

When a couple goes through a divorce, they are required to make arrangements for their future. If the couple has children, they must do the same for their kids. Divorce can be frightening for children, as they often wonder how often they will get to see their parents. It is because of this that a […]

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Who is the Non-Custodial Parent After a Divorce?

When parents go through a divorce, their life changes as well as the lives of their children. During this time, they are required to settle future arrangements that the children can move on with their lives as smoothly as possible. This includes determining child custody and child support. When custody is arranged, it establishes a […]

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Who is the Custodial Parent After a Divorce?

When parents go through a divorce, they are required to settle future arrangements for their children. This includes matters of child custody and child support. During the proceedings, parents determine custody arrangements, including physical and legal custody. This establishes a child’s custodial and non-custodial parent. The custodial parent is the one with whom the child […]

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Types of Adoptions in New Jersey

Adopting a child is one of the noblest things a person or couple can do. In doing so, they allow a child to have a chance to be a part of a happy family. While this is a joyous time in people’s lives, it can also be a complicated process. It is because of this […]

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How are Child Custody Decisions Made in New Jersey?

When a couple goes through a divorce, it impacts an entire family. If there are children involved, a divorce changes the life they once knew and were accustomed to. In order to help children settle into their new life, parents are required to determine custody arrangements for them. Some couples are able to work together […]

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Child Relocation After a Divorce in New Jersey

A divorce allows former spouses to move on with their lives separately. When this happens, they are often presented with new situations and opportunities that can change their life. This can include a job offer or family matter. There are times in which this new direction in their life can require them to move. While […]

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Social Security Disability and Child Support

A disability can result in great financial difficulty. This is particularly true for a parent who is financially responsible for a child or children. In the case that a parent is receiving social security disability benefits, it can affect their child support agreement in several ways. In this article, we will take a look how social security […]

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How can I get prepared for an Initial Consultation?

Building Trust and Confidence to Family Law Clients in towns such as Morristown, Whippany, Dover, Parsippany, Randolph and across Morris County NJ   From an emotional point of view when you are coming in to see a lawyer for the first time for divorce, I think that´s bottom, and I usually tell clients when they […]

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