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May I Move With My Child From New Jersey To Another State?
May I Move With My Child From New Jersey To Another State?

This is a red-hot issue for New Jersey lawyers, judges and child custody experts alike. This is because New Jersey law has recently changed the legal standard regarding a parent's ability to move from New Jersey to another state. Previously, a judge of a New Jersey Family ...

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