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Why People Don’t Pay Child Support

Author: Rosanne S. DeTorres

Custodial parents need financial support to raise their children. It’s expensive to pay for a child’s shelter, food, and clothing – along with their...

NJ Teen Sues Parents for Support

Author: Rosanne S. DeTorres

New Jersey has been in the headlines lately with the Rachel Canning case. This 18-year-old moved out of her parents’ home and into a friend’s home after...

Successful Stepparents

Author: Rosanne S. DeTorres

Are you a successful stepparent or married to one? Many people who divorce move on to remarry or re-partner. If you have children this means that your new...

How to Navigate the World of Divorce and Children

Author: Rosanne S. DeTorres

There is much media coverage about the impact of divorce on children. Unfortunately, much of this focus is on the negative effects. What you might not realize...

Tips for a Successful Custody Case

Author: Erin D. DeGeorge

If you’re facing a custody case you may be worried about the outcome and looking for every little thing you can do to improve your chances of a positive...

Child Support Misconceptions

Author: Erin D. DeGeorge

Child support is one of the most hotly contested parts of a divorce or family law matters. This is an issue that many people talk about and think about, but in...

Children’s Belongings and Transfer Time

Author: Erin D. DeGeorge

If you have a child who goes to daycare or school, you know that keeping track of what your child needs to take with him or her each day can be complicated....

Custody and Your Child’s Name

Author: Erin D. DeGeorge

As you watch U.S. Olympic downhill skier Bode Miller try to bring home the gold, you may hear commentators discussing his ongoing custody case. Miller is in...

Parenting Time Interference

Author: Rosanne S. DeTorres

Parenting time interference is a serious issue. If you and your ex have a few miscommunications or mix-ups it is likely not statutory parenting time...

What Not To Do in Family Court

Author: Rosanne S. DeTorres

While your family-court case will be decided by the judge by applying the law to the facts, how you look, act, and behave in court can affect the judge’s...

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My Ex Keeps Stalking Me

Stalking has been defined as a course of conduct that is directed at one person that would cause a reasonable person to feel fear. Stalking is a pattern of  behavior consisting of individual acts. Those acts independently could seem harmless and often non-criminal in nature, but when considered in...

February 28, 2024 Read More

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Is military divorce the same as regular divorce?

Military divorce couples file for divorce using the same process that civilians use; however, when military couples divorce there are factors that have to be considered separate from routine divorce situations. While there are many similarities among a military divorce and divorces involving...

February 21, 2024 Read More

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What is bird nesting divorce?

A bird nesting divorce, also referred to as bird's nest custody, or bird nesting, is a living arrangement that allows for the children to continue to reside in the family home while the parties take turns living in the home. Bird nesting divorce is intended to keep the primary burden of the divorce...

February 13, 2024 Read More

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