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What Must My Lawyer Show A Judge So I May Transfer Custody Of My Children?
What Must My Lawyer Show A Judge So I May Transfer Custody Of My Children?

A New Jersey child custody lawyer must prove that a change of circumstances has occurred that not only would allow a judge to revisit the most recent child custody and parenting time court order but may then allow for a plenary hearing to determine if custody should in fact ...

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Blog Posts in 2018

  • How Does A Long Separation Affect My Divorce In New Jersey?

    A long separation period before filing for divorce does not mean that the marriage has been legally terminated. The divorce lawyers at our East ...

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  • Is Recording My Spouse Without Their Knowledge Stalking Under N.J. Law?

    Pursuant to New Jersey’s Prevention of Domestic Violence Act , leaving an iPhone, iPad or any recording device behind so that you may monitor your ...

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  • How Do I Collect My New Jersey Child Support if My "Ex" Moves Out of State?

    Thanks to the advent of the Internet, my office handles such matters on a weekly basis. As New Jersey Child Support Attorneys , we know how to ...

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  • Do People Go To Jail For Unpaid New Jersey Alimony or Child Support?

    The short answer I yes, they do. However, my experience as a New Jersey Family Lawyer dictates that usually incarceration is the “last resort,” for ...

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  • What Is A Cost Of Living Adjustment And When Will It Affect My Child Support Obligation?

    As an attorney for over twenty years, I could not even guess how many times I have prepared or reviewed a client’s (or adversary’s) New Jersey Child ...

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  • Do I Have A Right To A Lawyer If My Parental Rights May Be Terminated?

    Yes. In New Jersey if you cannot afford a lawyer you have a constitutional right to have an attorney to represent you. The lawyers at our East ...

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  • How Important Is a History Of Domestic Violence When Seeking A Final Restraining Order?

    Very important. It is imperative that your lawyer demonstrates to a judge of a New Jersey Family Court that, along with domestic violence being proven ...

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  • How Does an Experienced New Jersey Divorce Attorney Handle a Deposition?

    While they are not as frequent as in other areas of the law, as a New Jersey Divorce Attorney I have handled many depositions throughout my career. ...

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  • How Does A “Gifted” Child Affect New Jersey Child Support Guideline?

    As a tested family law attorney, I understand that New Jersey’s Child Support Guidelines allow for additional funds to be paid, by both parents, for a ...

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