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A Legal presumption of exactly equal shared physical custody; even when the parties disagree?

Society has advanced tremendously so that both mothers and fathers can be caretakers and financially contributing to the children. Courts in New Jersey also really do consider both mothers and Read More

Divorced Parents’ Obligation To Pay For College Costs And Support For Their Children

In the State of New Jersey, divorced parents can be responsible for the costs of their children’s college.  In addition to college costs, such as tuition, books, and application fees, Read More

The courts may modify or dissolve a final restraining order for good cause

After a Final Restraining Order (FRO) is issued for domestic violence, the parties cannot be in the same place together. If the victim who has a Final Restraining Order approaches the Read More

Special Immigrant Juvenile

A third-party may be granted custody of a foreign juvenile illegally living in the United States if the juvenile has “special immigrant” status under the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA). Read More

Working to Resolve Custody

Many divorce cases involve minor children with parents who struggle to get along. The tension between parents may leave them unable to make joint decisions for the best interests of Read More

Children are Not Safe Left Alone in Locked Cars

Recently, there have been news reports of incidents in which children have been left alone in their car seats with the car locked while the parent goes shopping or leaves. Read More

Want to Get Away? Why You Should Think About Child Custody Before You Move out of Town – Dwyer v. Dwyer

Child custody and support matters involve complicated legal issues that require the counsel of an experienced attorney. There are specific types of custody which have legal significance affecting each parents’ Read More

Arbitration – Paying for Your Kids’ Education Costs after a Divorce – Biser v. Levine

When a married couple decides to divorce, one of the many issues that often comes up is how they’ll pay for their kids’ education. New Jersey’s Superior Court recently took Read More

Choice of Law

There are many different laws which are relevant to family matters. When parties move to different states and countries, there are laws and procedures in effect to obtain, maintain, and Read More

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