Parental Alienation in New Jersey | What You Should Know

Divorces take a toll on all parties involved, especially children. If you share custody of your child and you believe that your former spouse is badmouthing you to your child, regardless of whether the allegations are true or not, you are most likely looking to take actions to stop it, as countless studies have shown that this behavior can do irreparable emotional damage to a child. Please continue reading to…Read More

Helpful Co-Parenting Tips for After a New Jersey Divorce

There are few things more challenging than sharing child custody with a high-conflict ex. Oftentimes, this can make an emotional situation even more so. For this reason, our Bergen County family law attorneys have established a short bulleted list of tips for co-parenting with a high-conflict spouse. Please continue reading to learn more. Understand that you cannot change your former spouse's way of thinking. When your former spouse acts in a…Read More

What You Need to Know About Parental Alienation in New Jersey

When parents divorce, one of the most difficult and hotly-contested issues are those involving child custody. Fortunately, in many cases, parents will put their differences aside and simply do everything in their power to make the transition as seamless as possible for their child. However, unfortunately, this does not always happen. In many instances, child custody battles are fierce, and they are damaging to both parents and their children. In…Read More

Can I Include Video Chats/Virtual Visits in My Parenting Time Plan?

The coronavirus pandemic has completely changed our way of life, and not for the better. However, we are resilient, and we have learned to make do with the new normal. Because of the many child custody/parenting time concerns that we have seen amongst divorced co-parents in the wake of the coronavirus, individuals and their attorneys are finding new ways to spend time with their children, even if they cannot see…Read More

How to Create a Parenting Time Plan in the Wake of the New Coronavirus

One of the most important things to any parent is ensuring their child is safe. That is why during the recent COVID-19 outbreak, many parents are wondering how it will affect their child custody/parenting time agreement. Below, our experienced Bergen County family law attorneys have compiled a short list of things parents can do to create an effective parenting time plan to accommodate their children throughout the duration of this…Read More

How Can the Coronavirus Affect Child Custody and Parenting Time in New Jersey?

If you are a divorced parent, you are most likely very concerned about what will happen with your child custody terms in the midst of the coronavirus. Though these terms are made legally binding in court, if you believe your child may be in danger if you abide by those terms, there are several things you can do to help ensure you and your child’s safety. Please continue reading and…Read More

Establishing Legal Paternity in the State of New Jersey

There are few things more stressful for a parent than risking losing legal custody of his or her child. If you are someone who is currently fighting for child custody, or perhaps your paternal rights were denied, there are several things you should do; the most important being reaching out to our experienced Bergen County divorce attorneys to learn more about how we can help you through the legal process…Read More

Child Visitation in New Jersey

One of the most difficult things a parent can endure is losing custody of their child. If you were denied joint custody of your child, you must continue reading and reach out to our experienced New Jersey child visitation attorneys to learn more about how we can help you through the legal process going forward. Here are some of the questions you may have: What is sole custody? When spouses…Read More

What are Father’s Rights in New Jersey?

When parents get divorced, they both understandably want to spend time with their children and raise them according to their values. Unfortunately, in a contested divorce, both spouses may feel as though they do not get a fair shake in regards to their child custody terms. There is a stigma associated with child custody and fatherhood, which is essential that courts care more about keeping children with their mother, as…Read More

What is a Post-Divorce Modification?

In the months or years following a divorce, your life, rather obviously, will not be exactly the same as it was at the time of your filing. If you have experienced a significant change in circumstances, there is a good chance you may wish to change the terms of your divorce accordingly. If you are in this situation, you may be wondering the best way to do so. Here are…Read More

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