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Children & Divorce

Category: Children & Divorce

Can I File for Child Support after Divorce?

Author: Erin D. DeGeorge

While an experienced family law attorney will file child support when you file for divorce, if you fail to file for child support for some reason – you can...

The Basics of Getting Divorced With Kids

Author: The Basics of Getting Divorced With Kids

Telling your children that you’re divorcing is one of the most difficult conversations you’ll have. While many children, especially older children, know...

CHILDREN’S BOOKS ABOUT DIVORCE AND SEPARATION

Author: Rosanne S. DeTorres

Divorce Books for Kids Divorce is rough on everyone involved – especially children. Young children don’t understand why their world is falling apart. Some...

Moving with a Child After Divorce

Author: Rosanne S. DeTorres

There are many reasons why a parent who has sole or joint physical custody of a child may want to move out of state after a divorce. The parent may need to...

Talking to Kids About Divorce

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Probably the most painful conversation you’ll ever encounter is talking to kids about divorce. This conversation will likely have a profound impact on your...

What are the Chances of a Father Getting Full Custody in New Jersey?

Author: Rosanne S. DeTorres

Fathers and Custody Rights in New Jersey The Washington Post reported in December 2017 that the traditional standard of awarding custody to a mother and...

HOW DOES JOINT CUSTODY WORK?

Author: Erin D. DeGeorge

Some of the most common questions we get asked are: How does joint custody work? What is a joint custody parenting plan? How Does Joint Custody Work in New...

REASONS TO MODIFY CHILD SUPPORT

Author: Rosanne S. DeTorres

 Reasons to Modify Child Support In order to win a child support modification, you must show a change in circumstances. What is a change in circumstance that...

SUPERVISED CHILD VISITATION & CUSTODY

Author: Rosanne S. DeTorres

WHAT IS SUPERVISED VISITATION AND WHEN IS IT APPROPRIATE?  When there are serious and legitimate concerns regarding a child’s safety and welfare when...

NJ CHILD SUPPORT LAWS & GUIDELINES FOR COLLEGE STUDENTS

Author: Rosanne S. DeTorres

NJ CHILD SUPPORT LAWS REGARDING COLLEGE For most families, the prospect of paying for college is daunting.  For divorced families, it can be even more so. ...

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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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