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Recognizing Signs of Parental Alienation

One thing that New Jersey courts will look at when making custody determinations, or in modifications of custody or visitation, is the relationship that each parent fosters toward the other parent. In other words, courts want to see that mom is supporting dad and vice...

Do Extra-Marital Affairs Matter in a New Jersey Divorce?

Of course, cheating is something that can destroy a marriage. But what part does cheating play in the legal aspects of a divorce? Does the fact that a spouse cheated have any impact on child custody or alimony? No-Fault Divorce As a general rule, the answer to these...

Relocating When You Have a Custody Agreement in Place

Life brings us surprises every day. You may get divorced, and agree on a marital settlement agreement thinking you have full knowledge and control over the future. But then something happens, and you find that you need to relocate a significant distance from where you...

What is a Guardian Ad Litem and When is a Guardian Used?

If you are in a custody dispute, you may find yourself saying, or hearing your soon to be ex-spouse saying, “why are we arguing over who is best for the kids—let’s ask the kids themselves which of us they want to be with!” While this may seem like common sense, it is...

What is a Mid-Marriage Agreement?

You have heard of prenuptial agreements, which are signed before the parties enter into a  marriage. You probably know that when there is a divorce, the parties will enter into a marital settlement agreement (assuming they can settle their differences without having...

Challenging Prenuptial Agreements in a New Jersey Divorce

The point of a prenuptial agreement is to have some security that if couples ever need a divorce, the parties know what some of their rights are. By making those decisions in advance, the logic is that there will be less fighting later, and the parties go into the...

What Happens if Parents Disagree About COVID-19 Vaccines?

Nowadays, everybody is wondering when and where they can get the COVID-19 vaccine, and whether there will be enough for everyone who needs it. Some are holding out, for fear of safety or efficacy. What choice to make is up to you, but when it comes to your child, you...

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