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What to Know About Stepparent Adoption in New Jersey

If you are a stepparent who is seeking information regarding the process of adopting your stepchild, continue reading and reach out to our experienced family law attorney for assistance. What rights do stepparents have? New Jersey stepparents have little to no rights regarding their stepchildren. A stepparent does not have the ability to petition for visitation or custody of the stepchild during a divorce that supersedes the rights of the…Read More

Why is Proving Paternity Important?

Paternity is the state or condition of being a father. When paternity is established, the court will be able to make decisions on child support, child custody, and child visitation. There are many ways that proving paternity can be beneficial. Continue reading to learn more about paternity. If you have any further questions regarding paternity or child support/custody, give our experienced family law attorney a call today. We would be…Read More

What is the Difference Between an Uncontested and Contested Divorce?

Facing a divorce requires the knowledge of the two types of divorce: uncontested divorce and contested divorce. To learn more about the difference between these two types of divorce, continue reading. If you require the assistance of an experienced divorce attorney, do not hesitate to reach out to our firm. Give us a call today if you have any further questions regarding uncontested and contested divorces. What is an uncontested…Read More

What Makes a Non-Marital Agreement Valid?

Many life partners will choose not to be formally married in today's day and age. They do not require marriage to commit themselves to one another. However, married couples are allowed access to various legal and financial benefits due to their marital status. Non-married couples are not given access to these same benefits. This is why non-martial agreements might be of interest to life partners who are seeking similar benefits…Read More

What Are Grounds for Annulment in New Jersey?

Annulling a marriage is the process when a marriage is declared invalid and for all intents and purposes never existed. This can offer advantages such as the exclusion of alimony, child support, child custody, or division of assets. However, there are only several circumstances that can lead to a marriage being annulled. To learn more about this process, continue reading and reach out to our experienced divorce attorney. To schedule…Read More

How Can I Discover Hidden Assets in a Divorce?

The division of assets is a high-stakes process in a divorce. The division of assets is where marital assets are divided based on the fair and just method of equitable distribution in an attempt to distribute assets evenly. Spouses often fear losing certain assets in this process which may lead them to attempt to hide these assets from their partners. This is very irresponsible and can cause major complications in…Read More

Alimony in New Jersey | What are the Different Types?

When facing a divorce, one of the many questions you may have pertains to the different types of alimony that are available in New Jersey. Continue reading and reach out to our experienced divorce attorney to learn more about the different options you will have regarding alimony. What are the different types of alimony in New Jersey?  The following are the four primary types of alimony that are available to…Read More

How Can I Get a Restraining Order in NJ?

If you are a victim of domestic violence, it is time to take action to protect yourself. You may be wondering about your options regarding gaining a restraining order in New Jersey. To learn more about this process and finding a safe and secure environment, continue reading and reach out to our experienced family law attorney. Give our firm a call today to learn more about what you can do…Read More

Child Custody for Unmarried Parents | What To Know in New Jersey

As an unmarried parent, you may be wondering what child custody distribution may look like for your situation. Child custody is typically handled through a divorce. However, unmarried parents will determine child custody terms differently. Continue reading to learn your options as an unmarried parent to distribute child custody. Plus, learn the two types of custody that are available in New Jersey. If you require assistance with this process, do…Read More

Establishing Legal Paternity in New Jersey | What To Know

As a father, if you are fighting for child custody or parental rights, it is important that you understand Father's Rights in New Jersey and when to file a paternity suit. Continue reading to discover the steps you should take to establish legal paternity with the assistance of an experienced paternity action lawyer. Give our firm a call today to learn more about how we can assist you with this…Read More

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  •  What to Know About Stepparent Adoption in New Jersey
  •  Why is Proving Paternity Important?
  •  What is the Difference Between an Uncontested and Contested Divorce?