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Children & Divorce

Category: Children & Divorce

Why Paternity Matters

Author: Rosanne S. DeTorres

If you have a child with someone else and you are not married, it is important to establish paternity. You might be wondering why the legal details matter,...

What Is Co-Parenting?

Author: Erin D. DeGeorge

Co-parenting is a buzzword you will hear a lot about if you are in the middle of a divorce or custody case. Some people misunderstand what co-parenting is all...

Two Turkeys, Two Menorahs, and Two Trees: Coping with Holiday Overload

Author: Rosanne S. DeTorres

Parents often try to focus on the positives of holidays when going through a divorce. You’ll get to celebrate twice! There will be two trees and two turkeys!...

Make Co-Parenting Work

Author: Rosanne S. DeTorres

Co-parenting after a divorce can be challenging. Your relationship with your ex has completely changed, yet somehow you must find a way to function together as...

How to Navigate the Holidays When Co-Parenting After Divorce

Author: Erin D. DeGeorge

For most divorced families, splitting the holidays is an emotionally wrenching task, especially when an idyllic, picture-perfect holiday season is all you’ve...

What to Know Before Filing for Child Support in NJ

Author: Erin D. DeGeorge

Filing for divorce often involves many moving parts, but one of the issues that most parents are typically concerned about is child support. How much will I...

Dealing with Resistance: Children and Visitation

Author: Erin D. DeGeorge

Getting used to a visitation schedule is difficult for everyone. Disagreement among parents is one thing, but when a child becomes resistant to visitation, the...

Can I Get Alimony in New Jersey?

Author: Rosanne S. DeTorres

Alimony or spousal support are payments made by one spouse to the other during a divorce case or after the marriage or civil union has ended. One purpose of...

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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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