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Relocation Cases

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Can a Custodial Parent Move a Child Out of State?

Author: Carolyn B. Hand

There are many legitimate reasons why a parent may need to move out of state. They may need to move because of work. A grandparent or other relative who lives...

Moving with a Child After Divorce

Author: Carolyn B. Hand

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...

CHILD CUSTODY RELOCATION & CHILD RELOCATION LAWS IN NJ

Author: Carolyn B. Hand

Child Relocation Laws: Can a Custodial Parent Move Out of State?   It’s common for individuals to want to start over once their divorce is finalized,...

New Jersey Supreme Court Sets A New Standard for Relocation Cases

Author: Rosanne S. DeTorres

The New Jersey Supreme Court issued a decision last week making it more difficult for a parent to relocate out of the state with a minor child.  Under the...

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Closing a Business During a Divorce

In New Jersey, the businesses of the spouses are equitably divided when they divorce - if the businesses are marital property. Any business that was started after the spouse married is likely to be considered marital property. If you own a business before you marry, the increase in value of the...

October 20, 2021 Read More

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Signs You Are Ready For Divorce

It’s not easy admitting that your marriage is over. It’s not easy making the decision to move forward. Many times though, staying in a loveless marriage or a marriage where you and your spouse have moved in different directions isn’t an option. So, how do you know when you are ready for a...

September 2, 2021 Read More

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Parenting Plan Modification

Parents can’t relax just because they have a custody order and a well-crafted parenting plan. Circumstances often change. The children develop new needs. Divorced spouses develop new relationships. Changes to an existing parenting plan may be necessary. Parents can agree to a parenting plan...

July 20, 2021 Read More

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