Modifying a NJ Court Order

In New Jersey, a Final Judgment is considered legally binding in the eyes of the court. When a judge issues an order for a matter of divorce or family law, the parties involved are required to follow the provisions of that ruling. Of course, these judgments are made based on the parties’ current circumstances and […]

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New Jersey Spousal Support

In a marriage, there are often situations where one spouse brings in more income than the other. Sometimes, both spouses bring in a significant income while in other marriages, one spouse may be the primary source of income for the family. If a couple makes the decision to get divorced and only one of them […]

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Relocating with a child

One of the matters that many people find themselves in the New Jersey family court system over is when a parent wants to move out of the state with a child. Often, the noncustodial parent is concerned that if the custodial parent and the child move out of state, the relationship that they have with […]

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