Tips to Make the New Year Easier on Your Newly Divorced Family
If you have recently been through a divorce, the holiday season and New Year may be a difficult time for you and your family. Getting through this time of year may be especially hard if you and your ex share [Read More]
What is an Annulment and is it Different Than Divorce?
In New Jersey, marriage is commonly ended through a divorce. However, couples may also have the option of seeking an annulment of their marriage. While divorce is considered a legal end to a marriage, annulment has the effect of nullifying [Read More]
What to Do When Your Ex Doesn’t Comply with the Child Custody Arrangement
Co-parenting with an ex-partner or ex-spouse can quickly become difficult when your ex refuses to follow the custody agreement you reached or the custody order issued by the court. Here are your legal options and the steps you need to [Read More]
How to Decide Who Gets the Dog in a Divorce
One of the most difficult parts of a divorce is deciding which spouse will get to keep the couple’s or family’s pets. Although pets are considered property under the law, most pet owners consider their pets to be members of [Read More]
Answers to Frequently Asked Questions About Child Custody
Here are some of the top questions that our clients have about child custody: What is the Difference Between Legal and Physical Custody? Physical custody refers to the right of the parent to exercise physical control over a child, including [Read More]
How Can I Prepare for a Child Custody Trial?
If you have separated from your partner or are seeking a divorce from your spouse that you share children with, you may be required to hold a child custody trial if you cannot reach an agreement with your co-parent for [Read More]
Do I Have to Pay Child Support During Summer Vacation Too?
The summer months usually mean a dramatic shift in the parenting time schedule for separated or divorced parents, now that kids don’t have school and extracurricular activities taking up a substantial portion of their time. Many custody agreements and orders [Read More]
Considerations Parents Face in Summer Divorces
Although there is no good time to begin the process of divorce when a married couple has young children, when parents decide to get divorced during the summer there are certain considerations that they will need to take into account. [Read More]
4 Tips for Taking a Post-Divorce Summer Vacation
Summer vacations are a great way to make lasting family memories. But planning summer vacations can become more difficult following parents’ divorce. Here are some tips for separated couples to keep in mind when planning your first vacation with the [Read More]
5 Summer Break Tips for Divorced Parents to Use
While summer break can be an exciting time of year for children, it can cause separated or divorced parents a great deal of headaches as they worry about how to handle custody and parenting time now that the kids are [Read More]