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How Does Substance Abuse Affect Child Custody?

Losing custody of a child can be devastating for both the parent and child. Luckily, it does not have to be permanent. Read on to learn more about child custody in New Jersey and how substance abuse may affect your custody agreement. How is Custody Determined in New Jersey? New Jersey courts will work to […]

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Appealing a Family Law Decision in New Jersey | What to Know

Some couples get divorced through alternative methods. For example, mediation or collaborative divorce. These divorce methods give the couple a lot of control over the matters of their divorce. They can work together to come to agreements that work for both parties. But, this is not an option for everyone. Many couples get divorced through […]

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What are the Consequences of Parental Alienation?

Sometimes, marriages do not end amicably. In some cases, a parent may work to turn his/her children against the child’s other parent out of spite or anger. This is known as parental alienation, and it can have serious consequences when it comes to a child’s well-being. As a result, it is important to be aware […]

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Post-Judgment Modifications in New Jersey | What to Know

When a couple gets divorced, there are a number of different matters to work through. You may have to determine child custody, child support, alimony, and more. These agreements are carefully created to ensure that they are fair to both parties, so once they are created, they can be difficult to change. That being said, […]

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How is Child Custody Determined in New Jersey?

When a couple with children gets a divorce, there are a number of factors that will have to be determined. One of the most important decisions to make is that of child custody. Custody is so important because it can greatly impact the well-being of the child. As a result, decisions regarding child custody are […]

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What to Know About Parental Alienation in New Jersey

When a couple with children gets divorced, things can get complicated. This is a big, stressful change for all parties involved. Sometimes, parents can put aside their differences and co-parent successfully. Unfortunately, this is not always the case. Often, parents engage in something called “parental alienation.” Parental alienation occurs when one parent disparages the other […]

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Child Support FAQ | What to Know

When it comes to child support, people often have a lot of questions. Below are some of the most common questions asked about child support in New Jersey. Read on to learn more. How is child support determined in New Jersey? Child support is incredibly important to the well-being of a child. As a result, […]

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Grandparents’ Rights in New Jersey

Child custody can be incredibly complicated for all parties involved, including grandparents. Often, during custody disputes, grandparents may attempt to obtain visitation rights to see their grandchildren. So, how does this process work? Read on to learn more. Who Has Visitation Rights? Non-parents, such as grandparents, siblings, etc. can ask the court for the right […]

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If I Was Not Initially Awarded Custody, Can I win it Back in the Future?

When a married couple with children gets divorced, they will have a lot to figure out. One of the biggest issues is that of child custody. Sometimes, custody can be determined through mediation. But, often, both parents feel differently about what is best for their kids. In cases like these, custody may be left up […]

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Can I Adopt My Stepchild in New Jersey? | What to Know

Many people choose to get divorced and later find themselves remarried. If you have children, the person you choose to marry will become a stepparent. Through remarriage, families grow and change in wonderful ways. In some cases, a stepparent will wish to adopt his or her stepchild. But, it is important to know that this […]

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