What to Know About Appealing a Divorce/Family Law Decision

It is possible for spouses to file an appeal if they are unhappy with the final decisions that are made by a judge in their divorce case. This can be done with regard to nearly every decision that is made by the court including custody, parenting time, child support, equitably distribution, alimony, and attorney's fees. To learn more about appealing a divorce/family law decision in New Jersey, continue reading and…Read More

What to Know About Parental Alienation in New Jersey

If your former spouse is badmouthing you to your child in an attempt to manipulate them into distrusting or fearing you, continue reading to learn how parental alienation can affect your child custody agreement. If you require assistance from our skilled New Jersey child custody attorney, give our firm a call today. What are examples of parental alienation? Parental alienation can include the following patterns or actions: A parent instilling…Read More

What Does Child Support Cover in the State of New Jersey?

There are few things more important to a parent than being able to raise their child. This is more complicated, naturally, when parents are divorced--especially financially. For this very reason, child support is in place to help financially dependent parents have the means to provide their child with an acceptable standard of living, even after the parents are divorced. Please continue reading and speak with our knowledgeable Bergen County family…Read More

What Should I Look for in an NJ Family Law Attorney?

If you have a pressing family law matter that needs dealing with, you cannot hire just any attorney--your New Jersey family law attorney should meet several qualifications so you know you have the right attorney in your corner. Some of the most important factors you should look out for are as follows: Your Attorney Should Be Dedicated to Practicing Family Law There are many different fields of law, and while…Read More

What You Need to Know About Non-Marital Agreements in NJ

During the course of their lives, many people choose to marry. That being said, as you know, it is quite possible to love someone without wanting to formally get married. This is becoming more and more common in today's day and age. That being said, married couples are allowed access to various legal and financial benefits because of their marital status, and non-married couples are not. However, by drafting a…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

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