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Post-Divorce Modification in New Jersey | What to Know

When it comes to a New Jersey divorce, there are a lot of matters that will be carefully determined. This may include alimony, child support, child custody, and more. But, sometimes unexpected changes can occur, and a post-divorce modification may be necessary. Read on to learn more about post-divorce modifications,…
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Does Adultery Affect the Outcome of a Divorce in New Jersey?

Marriages end for a number of different reasons. In some cases, relationships simply grow apart over time. In other cases, there is a specific cause for the end of a marriage. A common reason couples decide to get divorced is because of adultery. This is a sensitive subject, and many…
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What to Know About Parental Alienation in New Jersey

Divorce is an incredibly stressful process and it can take a toll on the entire family. Things become even more difficult when children are involved. In some cases, parents are able to put their differences aside and co-parent together, in order to do what is best for their child. But,…
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Virtual Mediation in the Wake of COVID-19

COVID-19 has been an incredibly stressful situation for everyone. Changes in routines and lifestyles have also meant changes in custody agreements, as well as alimony and child support agreements. Many co-parents are struggling to agree on certain issues regarding the pandemic. As a result, virtual mediation is becoming more 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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