Can I Win Back Child Custody if I Was Not Initially Awarded It in NJ?

There is nothing worse as a parent than being denied custody of your child. This is why if you find yourself in this situation, you are most likely now seeking to win back custody of your child. Please continue reading and speak with our experienced Bergen County family law attorneys to learn more about child custody, how we can help you seek a modification to your custody agreement, and more.…Read More

What Happens if My Former Spouse Violates Our Child Custody Agreement?

There is nothing more important to parents than their children. If you believe your former spouse is violating your child custody agreement, please read on and reach out to our experienced New Jersey family law attorneys to learn more about how we can help you. Here are some of the questions you may have: What are some examples of violating a child custody agreement? There are various ways in which…Read More

What You Need to Know About Child Custody Evaluations in NJ

Oftentimes, child custody is among the most hotly contested divorce-related issues, and if you are someone who cannot agree on a custody agreement with your spouse, there is a very good chance that the court will order a child custody evaluation to help determine your custody agreement. This evaluation is not legally binding, however, judges will strongly consider the judge's determination. Read on and reach out to our experienced New…Read More

Post-Divorce Modifications in New Jersey | What You Need to Know

Divorce is a complicated issue, and unfortunately, certain matters are still complicated even after a divorce is finalized. Additionally, in the months and years following a divorce, both former spouse's lives are highly likely to change, and when life does change, their initial divorce agreement may no longer reflect their current situation. If you believe that your life has changed significantly and you are looking to receive a modification, you…Read More

Can Grandparents Get Child Custody in New Jersey?

If you are a grandparent in New Jersey and you believe that you are entitled to child custody because your grandchild's parents are not fit to be parents, you must continue reading and speak with our experienced Bergen County family law attorneys to learn more about child custody and how our firm can help you and your family. Here are some of the questions you may have: What are the…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

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

What You Need to Know About Modifying Child Custody Terms in New Jersey

After a divorce, parents often find that the terms initially negotiated regarding child custody need modifying due to a change in circumstances. Read this blog and speak with our experienced New Jersey child custody modification attorneys to learn more about modifying child custody in New Jersey and how we can help you receive the modification you and your child require to go on living happy, productive lives. What are the…Read More

What is a Civil Union Dissolution?

In 2004, Congress signed the Civil Union Act into law, allowing same-sex couples and couples over the age of 62 to form a civil union and receive many of the same benefits that marriage has to offer. That being said, now that same-sex marriage has been entirely legalized in New Jersey, those involved in civil unions had the option to change their civil union into a real marriage. However, to…Read More

Substance Abuse and Child Custody in New Jersey | What You Need to Know

If you are a parent with a substance abuse problem, or you believe your former spouse has a substance abuse problem, there is a very good chance this may impact your child custody agreement. Please continue reading and speak with our experienced Bergen County family law attorneys to learn more. Here are some of the questions you may have: What are the different types of child custody in New Jersey?…Read More

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