Tag: custody

My Ex Spouse Wont Let Me Move Out Of State Now What

The question of relocation often arises between parties after a divorce has been finalized and entered by the court. One party may want to embark on a new chapter of their lives. Maybe he or she remarried and their new spouse needs to relocate to another state for professional reasons. Whatever the reason may be, […]

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Holiday Parenting Time Visitation

Every divorce lawyer will tell you that the most stressful part of the last two weeks of December is handling disputes between parents regarding who will have parenting time over the holidays, and determining what the schedule will be.  Regardless of how much planning goes into a parenting time schedule, often times “life happens” and […]

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Parenting Time Over The Holidays

The holidays are quickly approaching, and if you are divorced, in the process of getting divorced, or have children and are separated from your spouse or significant other, it is prudent to make parenting time plans.  If you do not already have a clear schedule or agreement as to who will have the children on […]

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On The Road Again

Moving out of the state of New Jersey with your children is not often a simple task if you are a divorced parent. While a parent who is the primary caretaker of the children, often titled the Parent of Primary Residence or the Custodial Parent, may feel that the other parent’s limited parenting time should […]

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