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Child Support for Unmarried Parents | What to Know

If you are an unmarried parent and you are splitting up with your partner, you are most likely exploring your legal options. You may have a lot of questions regarding child custody and child support. This is a common situation and New Jersey courts have a system in place to handle it. Read on to […]

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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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What Expenses are Covered by Child Support in New Jersey?

During a divorce, child support is one of the most important decisions to make. In New Jersey, both parents have a legal responsibility to support their children financially. So, how does child support work? Generally, child support will be paid to the parent with physical custody. Physical custody refers to the parent who has the […]

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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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What to Know About Adoption in New Jersey

Many families consider adoption for a multitude of reasons. Every family is different, so their adoption needs and goals will be different as well. For this reason, there are many different types of adoptions. Read on to learn more about the different types of adoptions in New Jersey. Different Types of Adoptions When considering adoption, […]

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What Are the Top 3 Family Law Issues Over the Holidays?

The holidays tend to be very family-oriented. As a result, this is an understandably difficult time for many people. While the holidays are a joyous occasion, we know that not everyone is having an easy time. Unsurprisingly, a lot of family law issues occur around the holiday season. So, if you are struggling with an […]

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How to Obtain a Restraining Order in New Jersey?

If you are in a domestic violence situation, it is important to know that there are resources. One of these resources you may want to explore is a restraining order. Attempting to obtain a restraining order may feel overwhelming, but there are resources here to aid you in the process, one of which is our […]

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What You Need to Know About Hiring a Forensic Accountant

High net worth divorces can be difficult. A high net worth divorce occurs when the divorcing couple has a combined net worth of $1 million or more. The couple will have to deal with all of the aspects of a normal divorce: division of assets, child custody, alimony, child support, and so on. But, the […]

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