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Resolving Divorce Conflicts

Author: Caitlin DeGuilo Toker

When you decide to get a divorce, you do so because something is broken in your marriage. Deciding to end your relationship is a hard decision and one most...

Exercise After Divorce

Author: Carolyn B. Hand

When you are going through a divorce you may feel you are truly at one of the lowest and most difficult points in your life. You are experiencing changes to...

Erasing the Stigma of Divorce

Author: Rosanne S. DeTorres

Years ago getting divorced was scandalous. A divorced woman was an outcast. Slowly public opinion changed. Divorceés became risqué, then they were simply...

Prepare for Your first meeting with Your Divorce Attorney

Author: Erin D. DeGeorge

Your first meeting with your divorce attorney is your chance to get clear answers, advice, and legal information. Until now, you’ve probably had millions of...

Custody and Your Child’s Name

Author: Caitlin DeGuilo Toker

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: Carolyn B. Hand

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...

Talking About Child Support with Your Child

Author: Erin D. DeGeorge

Child support payments are generally made by the non-custodial parent to the custodial parent. The purpose of the payments is to ensure that the child...

What to Take When You Move Out Before Your Divorce

Author: Caitlin DeGuilo Toker

If you and your spouse are considering separating or getting a divorce, it is very important that you talk to an attorney to discuss how best to protect your...

Divorce and Your Health

Author: Carolyn B. Hand

Getting a divorce is one of the most stressful life events you can go through, as stressful as the death of a spouse or child. There are studies that show that...

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Do Prenups Actually Hold Up in Court in New Jersey?

If you live in the state of New Jersey and are wondering about how long does a prenup last, or you wonder are prenups upheld in court, you are not alone. People who are considering getting a prenup often also have questions about parenting time, and co-parenting being included in a prenup. There...

June 7, 2022 Read More

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Can a Divorce be Reopened in New Jersey?

There are limited circumstances that will allow someone to reopen a divorce in the state of New Jersey. If you are wondering, can a divorce be reopened, you are not alone. There are many people who ask this question each year as modifications and changes to the divorce determination become logical....

June 3, 2022 Read More

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Summer Parenting Plans in New Jersey

Summer parenting time and a summer custody schedule in the state of New Jersey are common reasons that people seek help from a skilled divorce or family law attorney. The summer schedule for divorced parents can be a source of conflict related to co-parenting and the joint custody summer...

May 26, 2022 Read More

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