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How Do I Obtain A Final Restraining Order In New Jersey?
How Do I Obtain A Final Restraining Order In New Jersey?

To enter a final restraining order under the predicate act of harassment, your lawyer must present your case so that a judge of the Superior Court of New Jersey may analyze the two-part Silver test. First, a New Jersey Family Court must determine if a predicate act of ...

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Blog posts in May, 2018

  • How Are Work-Related Childcare Expenses Handled in a New Jersey Child Support Case?

    As an experienced New Jersey divorce attorney , the issue of child support is a daily event. In particular, the biggest issue in my opinion is a ...

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  • Does a New Jersey Divorce Court Require “Certified” Documents?

    As an experienced attorney, I embrace that a majority of the time that if I want documents to be considered by the court they are to be certified. ...

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  • How May I Obtain a New Jersey Divorce if my Spouse Refuses to Cooperate?

    A divorce can be one of the most overwhelming and traumatic events in a person’s life. I know firsthand as an experienced New Jersey divorce attorney ...

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  • Do I Have A Legal Right To Overnight Parenting Time With My Child In N.J.?

    Yes. As an attorney with decades of experience here in New Jersey, I can assure you that you certainly have a right to overnight parenting time with ...

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  • For An Increase Of Alimony Because Of A Disability What Does My Lawyer Need To Prove?

    Under New Jersey alimony law your attorney must demonstrate to a judge of the Family Part, Superior Court of New Jersey, that your disability creates ...

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  • Do Assets Acquired After A Complaint For Divorce Has Been Filed In N.J. Become My Separate Property?

    Yes. As a New Jersey divorce attorney I can certainly state that any “assets” obtained by profitable work while the husband and wife were still ...

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  • Do I Have A Right To Have A Lawyer At A Default Divorce Hearing?

    Yes. If you are served with a Notice of a Default Hearing against you in a New Jersey Family Court, you should hire a New Jersey divorce lawyer who ...

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  • Cohabitation Results In Less Alimony But Not Termination In New Jersey

    As the divorce attorneys at our East Brunswick, New Jersey law firm keep a close eye on all new cases from the New Jersey Supreme Court which analyzes ...

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  • How Does The Custody Neutral Assessment Program Work To Protect Children?

    The Middlesex County Bar Association has a Committee for Family Law and Divorce Lawyers and Judges in New Jersey. As a member of this committee for my ...

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