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If I Have Joint Custody Of My Child, May My “Ex” Prevent Us From Going On A Vacation Out Of The Country?
If I Have Joint Custody Of My Child, May My “Ex” Prevent Us From Going On A Vacation Out Of The Country?

Vacations are essential for parents and their children to bond in a special way. I my over 20 years experience as a New Jersey child custody lawyer, the emotional element can drive two parents (who are not getting along very well) even further apart. When handling a divorce ...

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Blog posts in September, 2018

  • If I Agree To Use A Parenting Time Mediator, Is It Mandatory That I Do So Before Going Back to Family Court?

    Throughout my years as a New Jersey divorce lawyer, I have had handled many cases in which the parents cannot agree on even basic of decisions ...

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  • For Early Settlement Panel, What Documents Shall My Lawyer Bring to Court?

    Every divorce attorney in the sate of New Jersey is extremely familiar with the Early Settlement Panel (“ESP”). ESP is an excellent program, which is ...

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  • Credibility Counts In A New Jersey Family Court, Even When It Is Your Own Child.

    When a family law or divorce lawyer wants to strengthen his or her case, it is likely that he or she will introduce witnesses to testify on their ...

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  • How Does Disability Income Affect My New Jersey Child Support Payments?

    As a New Jersey child support attorney for the past 20 years, I have noticed a tremendous increase in people who are on either state of federal ...

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  • How Cohabitation Has Changed Under New Jersey’s New Alimony Law; A Case Study

    As I have expressed in the past, in my 20 years as a divorce attorney I have always believed New Jersey’s Alimony laws used to be very unfair with ...

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  • Gay Marriage in New Jersey is Legal

    Recently I wrote a piece on the law of New Jersey domestic partnerships and New Jersey . I discussed the Domestic Partnership Act and future ...

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  • How Do I Have My Alimony Lowered In New Jersey?

    Your attorney must prove to a Judge of the Superior Court of New Jersey that a significant and likely permanent change in your situation dictate that ...

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  • Do I Still Have To Pay Alimony If I Go To Jail?

    Probably not, but like most divorce laws, nothing is black and white. As a seasoned divorce attorney I have filed many motions to terminate or modify ...

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  • Do I Have To Pay Towards My Child’s Extracurricular Activities?

    Yes if you agree to do so in your divorce settlement. In other words, if you advised your attorney that you agree to do so, this agreement shall ...

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