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What if Divorced Parents Disagree About Vaccinating Their Children?

Often, parents disagree about how to raise their children. This is especially true when it comes to vaccines. People have vastly different opinions about the COVID-19 vaccine, and vaccinating children may be especially controversial. If you co-parent, you and your child's other parent may disagree about whether to vaccinate your…
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Relocation After New Jersey Divorce | What to Know

Many people view divorce as the beginning of a new chapter in their lives. After a divorce, some people wish to start fresh in a different state, city, or even country. But, this can be difficult if you share custody. If you are a parent who shares custody and you…
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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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Appealing a Family Law Decision in New Jersey | What to Know

Getting divorced through a New Jersey court means that many of the matters of your divorce will be decided upon by a judge, and you may not always agree with the outcome. When an individual is unhappy with the final decisions that are made by a judge in their divorce…
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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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What to Know About Terminating Child Support in New Jersey

Child support is important to the well-being of a child. As a result, child support payments are taken very seriously in New Jersey. But, these expenses can be difficult to keep up with. You may be wondering if/when you can terminate your child support agreement. Read on to learn more…
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