What are Father’s Rights?

There are few things more difficult than losing custody of your child. As a father, it is important to note that you are entitled to parental rights. Oftentimes, fathers do not receive fair treatment in court when it comes to child custody terms. Our experienced New Jersey divorce attorneys are here to promise that we will fight for your rights, every step of the way. Here are some of the…Read More

Changes to New Jersey Child Support Laws in 2018

The New Jersey signed by Governor Christie, N.J.S.A. 2A:17-56.67, made significant changes to the law related to the duration and termination of child support obligations. Some may feel that this new law makes divorce as well as post-divorce modifications far more complicated. However, the law was passed with the hope of bringing child support payments more in line with the actual needs of children and young adults who depend on them.…Read More

Retainer Fees and Paying for Your NJ Divorce Attorney

One of the most common, and understandable, concerns our Bergen County divorce clients have is regarding the cost of their divorce. Specifically, most people considering a divorce or beginning the divorce process want to know how much it is going to cost them in terms of paying for an experienced and effective divorce attorney. While some divorce attorneys may charge a one-time fee for their services, this method of paying…Read More

Doctor-Patient Confidentiality: Divorce, Child Custody & Your Medical History

Bergen County Divorce Attorneys with Offices in Hackensack, New Jersey In custody decisions the best interests  of the child are of the utmost importance in New Jersey child custody litigation.  Occasionally, a parent’s mental health or medical history may be relevant in how child custody is decided.  A history of physical, sexual or mental abuse, from one parent against the other or child could have a negative impact on his…Read More

Divorce: The Glass is Half Full

Several weeks ago, we wrote an article discussing when and how couples may want to try and save their marriage. In this article, we mentioned how, as your Bergen County divorce attorneys, we cannot make this decision for you. That being said, we would like to, in today's article, discuss some of the ways we have seen our clients' lives improve by pursuing, and ultimately resolving, a divorce. Ridgewood, NJ…Read More

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