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What If My Custody Agreement Already Addresses The Issue Of Relocating the Children to a Different School District in New Jersey?
What If My Custody Agreement Already Addresses The Issue Of Relocating the Children to a Different School District in New Jersey?

For decades I have been practicing as a family law and divorce lawyer in my hometown of East Brunswick, New Jersey. An extremely common issue that comes across my desk is when my client would like to relocate with children. Whether the move will be interstate or intrastate, ...

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