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Symptoms of Parental Alienation
Symptoms of Parental Alienation

Defining Parental Alienation Parental Alienation typically occurs when one parent, usually the custodial parent, lies about and badmouths the other parent to create a divide between the child and non-custodial parent. This can result in brainwashing the child, disrupting ...

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Blog posts in December, 2018

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    This legal document, which is a court order of the Family Part, of the Superior Court of New Jersey, is essential in any child custody case . For ...

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  • What Must My Lawyer Show In Court In An Alimony Cohabitation Reduction Case?

    The New Jersey Appellate Division directs the attorneys at our law firm towards N.J.S.A. 2A:34-23(n) which addresses cohabitation with respect to ...

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  • Why Would I Pay My Spouse’s Attorney Fees In A New Jersey Divorce?

    In determining the amount of counsel fees owed to the Wife in one case, as well as the payment of the expert and mediator fees, a judge of the Family ...

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