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If I Want To Move Out Of New Jersey With My Child, How Does A Court Make Its' Decision?
If I Want To Move Out Of New Jersey With My Child, How Does A Court Make Its' Decision?

Moving out of state is difficult, but it is that much harder for divorced parents with children. As a divorce and child custody attorney with over twenty years of experience, I know that New Jersey’s Family Part of the Superior Court can may apply two different standards in ...

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Blog posts in February, 2012

  • If I Want To Relocate From N.J. With My Child, Do I Have A Right To A Trial?

    Yes, a parent who seeks to relocate from the jurisdiction of New Jersey with their child has the right to a plenary hearing (or trial). Every lawyer ...

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  • If I Am Seeking Alimony In My New Jersey Divorce, What Questions Will I Be Asked?

    New Jersey’s alimony statute provides both lawyers and judges a number of factors to consider in order to deduce a term and amount of alimony that is ...

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