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New Jersey Divorce Laws, The Best Interests of Children and a Parent's Ability to
New Jersey Divorce Laws, The Best Interests of Children and a Parent's Ability to "Move On."

In my vast experience practicing as a divorce and family law attorney here in New Jersey, I have watched the law develop consistent with changes in our culture. Today we shall discuss the issue of one parent having their new “significant other” in the presence of the ...

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Blog posts in January, 2015

  • Should College Expenses Be Equally Shared After A New Jersey Divorce?

    No, unless you agreed to an “equal split” in your Property (or Matrimonial) Settlement Agreement. As a seasoned attorney, I am aware that, pursuant to ...

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  • Immediately After My Divorce I Discovered That My Ex-Spouse Had Assets I Did Not Know About. Is There Anything I May Do?

    Well, the answer is, maybe. After decades of practicing divorce and family law here in New Jersey, I have been asked this question countless times. ...

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  • A Parent Make False Allegations of Domestic Violence In Order To Gain an Advantage in a Custody Dispute? A True Story.

    During my career as a family attorney here in New Jersey, I have found that child custody is the most litigated issue surrounding parties who are ...

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  • January is "Divorce Month!"

    In my 20 years as a divorce attorney here in New Jersey, I have learned to recharge my battery in late December. Why you may ask? It is because every ...

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  • Settling Post-Divorce Disputes in East Brunswick

    The most common disputes that people find themselves in after a divorce in East Brunswick has been finalized is when one of the two former spouses is ...

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