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Plan For Summer Parenting

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Plan For Summer Parenting

April 21, 2014

With summer rapidly approaching, it is a good idea to start planning how you and your ex will share parenting time over the school break.

Why You Should Use Mediation for Child Custody

April 9, 2014

Child custody cases are typically some of the most adversarial types of cases heard in family court in New Jersey. These kinds of cases are deeply emotional and often result in parents slinging as much mud at each as possible

Recognizing Child Abuse

April 9, 2014

As a parent, your primary concern is to make sure your child is protected and safe. If your child spends time with the other parent or friends or relatives of the other parent, you may have some concerns about how

Normalcy After a NJ Custody Case

March 25, 2014

Divorce and custody cases create a lot of turmoil. The end result is a new schedule you and your child have to live by, which probably includes parenting time with the other parent. Your child is going to be on

Why People Don’t Pay Child Support

March 8, 2014

According to a Congressional report only 38% of parents with current child support orders actually receive child support. Child support is ordered by a court and is enforceable with some very stiff penalties, fines, and license revocations, not to mention

The 3 Hardest Things to Accept About Your Divorce

March 5, 2014

As you get ready to go through the divorce process, there are several things you need to accept that you may not want to.

Tips for a Successful Custody Case

March 5, 2014

If you’re facing a custody case you may be worried about the outcome and looking for every little thing you can do to improve your chances of a positive outcome. Follow these tips to put your best foot forward.

Making Transfers Easier

February 27, 2014

Transferring your child between parents as part of your parenting plan can be one of the most stressful and challenging parts of parenting with your ex. Young children often have a hard time with the transition and you and your

Children’s Belongings and Transfer Time

February 26, 2014

If you have a child who goes to daycare or school, you know that keeping track of what your child needs to take with him or her each day can be complicated. Running through that mental checklist and getting everything

Parenting Time Interference

February 11, 2014

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 interference. Most parents have a few hiccups as they learn to co-parent. If you’ve had

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