Steps to Enforce a Child Custody Agreement

When the terms of your child custody agreement are violated by your co-parent, there are a few steps that you can take to enforce your agreement: Enforcing a Child Custody Agreement Speak directly with your co-parent: One of the first steps you should take to attempt the enforcement of your child custody agreement is to discuss the matter with your co-parent. It may be possible that they are unaware of…Read More

Myths About Co-Parenting After Divorce

There are many misconceptions regarding divorce and co-parenting with your former spouse. Continue reading to discover some of the most common myths about co-parenting after divorce and how to face the idea of co-parenting with a more realistic and grounded state of mind. Reach out to our experienced divorce attorney if you have further questions about navigating co-parenting with your former spouse. We are here to help. Mothers are always…Read More

What to Know About Child Custody for Unmarried Parents in New Jersey

There are few things more important to a parent than being able to look after and raise his or her child. However, when a couple gets divorced, child custody is, at times, called into question. Further, if you have a child with a person with whom you were never married, you won't go through the divorce process, however, this does not mean you cannot disagree on custody terms. When this…Read More

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

If you are someone who has gotten divorced, you may find that in the months or years following your divorce, your circumstances have changed. This is completely normal, which is why courts in New Jersey grant many former spouses what is known as post-judgment modifications. If you believe your circumstances have changed and your current divorce agreement no longer suits your needs, please read on and speak with our knowledgeable…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

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