What are the Most Common Parenting Time Issues When Sharing Custody?

Parents who share custody may face a few different issues regarding parenting time. Continue reading to learn the two most common issues that arise between parents who share custody, plus, the plans of action that parents can take to attempt resolution. If you have any additional questions regarding parenting time or child custody arrangements, give […]

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What are the Different Types of Adoption in New Jersey?

One of the first steps you will take when you are looking into adoption is to discover the different types of adoption that are available to you. Continue reading and reach out to our experienced family law attorney to learn more about the different types of adoption that are available to New Jersey residents. If […]

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The “Dos” and “Donts” to Consider When Facing a Divorce

There are many actions that can impact divorce proceedings for the good or for the bad. Continue reading to learn the “dos” and “don’ts” for individuals to consider when facing a divorce. If you have any further questions, give our experienced divorce attorney a call. The “Dos” of a Divorce It is important to take […]

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What Will New Jersey Courts Consider When Determining Visitation?

You may be seeking information regarding child visitation in New Jersey if your former spouse has been granted sole custody. Continue reading to learn more about sole custody, how New Jersey courts decide on visitation terms, and the different types of visitation. Reach out to our experienced family law attorney to learn more about our […]

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How is Child Custody Determined in the State of New Jersey?

If you are facing a custody battle, it is important to understand the details of the process and what New Jersey courts may consider when determining child custody. Continue reading and reach out to our experienced child custody attorney to learn the factors that New Jersey court will consider when determining child custody. Give our […]

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What happens when divorced parents disagree about giving their child the Covid-19 vaccine?

Now that the FDA has approved the emergency use of the Covid-19 vaccine for children ages 12-15, the possibility of vaccinating your child might become a conversation between you and your co-parent. If you have found yourself in a situation where you and your co-parent do not agree on the decision to vaccinate or not […]

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