How to Strengthen Co-Parent Communication

Having a shared custody arrangement will require both co-parents to come together to support the welfare and health of their child. The following five tips for co-parent communication can help you to learn the best ways for communicating with a co-parent and a former spouse: How can I strengthen my communication with my co-parent? Keep the communication you have with your co-parent in writing as much as possible. This should…Read More

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

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

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

What is a Postnuptial Agreement?

If you are married and did not draft a prenuptial agreement with your spouse, but wish to have some of the same protections that a prenuptial agreement has to offer, there are options to consider. You may still draft a document known as a postnuptial agreement. Continue reading to learn more about postnuptial agreements and how to create a valid agreement in New Jersey. Reach out to our experienced Bergen County…Read More

How Can I Obtain a Restraining Order in New Jersey

Feeling unsafe and worried for you and your family's wellbeing is, unfortunately, a reality for thousands of people across America. New Jersey is no exception to this reality. It is common for victims of domestic violence to be interested in filing for a restraining order to be free from this worry. If you believe you are unsafe in your own home, now is the time to take action to prevent…Read More

Can I Receive Alimony if I Was Never Married to My Partner in NJ?

As you know, you do not need to be married to have a strong and lasting relationship with another person. In fact, many people simply choose to avoid marriage altogether, though this does not change the fact that they consider each other life partners, that they live together, and that they share many of the same assets, even opening bank accounts together, etc. For this reason, when such a couple's…Read More

What Are Fathers’ Rights? What You Need to Know.

As you know, there is nothing more important to a parent than their child, and this is, of course, true whether you are a mother or a father. That being said, if you are a father who is currently getting divorced, there is a chance that you may be worrying whether your spouse will immediately be awarded child custody due to the stigma surrounding custody determinations. Fortunately, in New Jersey,…Read More

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