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How Does Substance Abuse Affect Child Custody in New Jersey?

Child custody is an extremely delicate matter. When determining custody, a court is working to do what is in the child's best interest. In order to better understand how substance abuse can affect custody, it is important to understand the different types of custody, how custody is determined, and what…
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Consequences of Parental Alienation in New Jersey

When couples with children get divorced, things can get complicated. Unfortunately, some parents will allow their emotions to get the best of them and they may attempt to disrupt their child's relationship with the other parent. This is known as parental alienation. Parental alienation can severely impact a child and…
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Lost Parenting Time Due to COVID-19 | What to Know

COVID-19 has had a large impact on our lives in a number of ways. For many divorced parents, custody has become complicated during the pandemic. People have lost jobs, started working from home, and more. Other parents are working high-risk jobs on the front lines of the pandemic.  Additionally, children…
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Modifying Child Custody in New Jersey | What to Know

Child custody is one of the most important decisions to make during a divorce. But, what works at one moment of time, may not work later on. If you are interested in modifying your custody agreement, read on for more information. How is Custody Determined? There are many factors that…
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Child Custody in New Jersey | What You Need to Know

A divorce can be a difficult process for everyone involved, including children. When getting a divorce, there are many matters you and your spouse must agree upon, the most important of which may be child custody. Child custody can be complicated. Who gets custody? What are the different types of…
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