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How Do I Know If New Jersey Is the State To File For Child Custody?
How Do I Know If New Jersey Is the State To File For Child Custody?

The child custody attorneys at our law firm understand that federal law dictates that a child must reside in the state of New Jersey for at least six (“6”) consecutive months prior to filing for custody of your child. This is when New Jersey legally becomes your child’s “ ...

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  • Symptoms of Parental Alienation

    Defining Parental Alienation Parental Alienation typically occurs when one parent, usually the custodial parent, lies about and badmouths the other ...

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  • Child Custody: When a Judge Considers the Child’s Preference

    When Your Child’s Wants to Decide Custody It is not uncommon for children to voice their opinion in the child custody arrangements in their parent’s ...

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  • How Important Is A Consent Order In A N.J. Child Custody Case?

    This legal document, which is a court order of the Family Part, of the Superior Court of New Jersey, is essential in any child custody case . For ...

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  • What Are Mother's Rights in New Jersey Custody Cases?

    Single mothers face many unique challenges, and worry constantly about the health and well-being of their children. Whether you were married or single ...

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  • What Does A Guardian ad Litem Do In A New Jersey Child Custody Case?

    A Guardian ad Litem (“GAL”) may be appointed to represent the best interests of the child in child custody or divorce proceedings. The lawyers at our ...

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  • 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 ...

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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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  • Do N.J. Child Custody Laws Protect Military Personnel While They Are Deployed?

    Yes. The lawyers at our East Brunswick, New Jersey law firm have proudly represented many brave American’s who have enlisted to serve and protect our ...

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  • Do I Need a Lawyer for a Simple Court New Jersey Family Law Hearing?

    While I realize they may be some of you who have been fortunate to have done well in court in your own, you should fell very lucky because that rarely ...

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