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HOW DOES GETTING MARRIED AFFECT CHILD SUPPORT

Author: Nicole Casciola and Erin DeGeorge

You may be facing a remarriage or the remarriage of a former spouse and if so you’re probably wondering if getting married affects child support. In New...

WHO CLAIMS DEPENDENTS AFTER A DIVORCE

Author: Nicole Casciola and Rosanne DeTorres

Sharing the tax deductions for children is just one example of co-parenting that will continue between you and your spouse following your divorce. Not unlike...

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT PARENTAL ALIENATION SYNDROME ALSO KNOWN AS MALICIOUS PARENT SYNDROME

Author: Nicole Casciola and Rosanne DeTorres

Parental alienation syndrome, also referred to often as malicious parent syndrome, or PAS, is an unfortunate reality for so many divorcing families or parents...

WHAT SHOULD I KNOW ABOUT REUNIFICATION THERAPY

Author: Nicole Casciola and Erin DeGeorge

What Is The Purpose Of Reunification Therapy? Reunification therapy, also known as reunification counseling, is when therapy or counseling sessions are held...

THE IMPORTANCE OF SETTING BOUNDARIES WHEN CO-PARENTING WITH A NARCISSIST

Author: Nicole Casciola and Rosanne DeTorres

A narcissistic person is someone who is affected by narcissism or narcissistic personality disorder. Narcissistic parents function in a toxic manner, generally...

Summer Parenting Plans in New Jersey

Author: Nicole Casciola and Erin DeGeorge

Summer parenting time and developing a summer custody schedule in New Jersey are common reasons that people may seek guidance from a skilled family law...

Benefits of Family Counseling for Divorced Parents

Author: Nicole Casciola and Erin DeGeorge

The process of creating a cooperative parenting plan or co-parenting schedule after a divorce oftentimes can be difficult to achieve, particularly if the...

Who Pays for College in a Divorce?

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Divorced parents and college tuition, room and board, and other expenses Different states have different laws and rules for how college is handled in a...

The Difference Between Custody and Guardianship in New Jersey

Author: Erin D. DeGeorge

When people are going through a divorce, they are often faced with issues of child custody.  Child custody deals with the custody of the child or children, as...

Obtaining a Relocation Order in New Jersey Family Court

Author: Rosanne S. DeTorres

Many spouses, after a divorce, begin to think about the next phase of their lives. Parents will often enter into physical and custody orders for their children...

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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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