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Moving Away with a Child after a Divorce – Ramineni v. Ramineni

When a couple splits, they often go their own ways geographically. A new job, family obligations, or just the need for a fresh start are all good reasons to get Read More

Restraining Orders in New Jersey Divorce Cases – AFF v. CHG

If you have been harassed or feel threatened by your spouse, a family member, or another person, you have a right to seek a restraining order that prevents the person Read More

How Losing a Job Can Affect Child Support Obligations in New Jersey – Klemash v. Klemash

If you want to get a child support or alimony order changed in New Jersey, you have to show that the circumstances have changed in a way that justifies the Read More

Child Support for College Kids in New Jersey – Avelino-Catabran v. Catabran

When a couple with kids decides to divorce, they often consider how they might pay for their children’s potential college costs down the road. In New Jersey, a parent’s responsibility Read More

Evidence, Appearance, and Other Responsibilities in Divorce Cases – In re Marriage of Norberg-Hurlburt

A spouse in a divorce case has certain responsibilities, including presenting evidence in support of his or her positions on the issues and showing up in court. A recent case Read More

Divided High Court Weighs in on Cohabitation Issue in New Jersey Alimony Cases – Quinn v. Quinn

The issue of cohabitation can be a tricky one for divorcing spouses in New Jersey. State law currently allows one former spouse to ask a court to terminate his or Read More

Protecting Client’s Rights

The law is gender neutral and based on legislative and social policies. Representing a client well is a balance of skill and knowledge to use the facts and the law Read More

Looking At College Costs

Until recently, it was a logical concept a college: education or a graduate education would “automatically” get you a better job, which obviously, would enable you to move forward in Read More

Divorce in the U.S. When You Are from a Different Culture and Country

At Helfand & Associates, our experienced family law attorneys handle many divorces and family court matters for people of different cultures and nations. We have helped people/immigrants from India, various Read More

Consequences for Violating Court Orders

What happens if a party fails to follow provisions of a court order or Judgement of Divorce? An order, be it a consent order, a Judgment of Divorce incorporating a Property Read More

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