If Mediation Proves Unsuccessful, Consider Alternative Resolution Methods with Our Team of Family Attorneys in Passaic County, NJ
Posted in: Divorce Mediation

Is Mediation Mandatory for My Spouse in New Jersey?

February 23, 2024

Mediation, Whether Voluntary or Court-Ordered, Addresses Specific Divorce-Related Issues to Promote Compromise There is more than one way to get a divorce. Mediation, a type of alternative dispute resolution (ADR), is used to resolve a divorce without going to trial. It entails negotiation directed by a neutral third party known as the mediator, a trained, impartial professional who facilitates difficult conversations about parenting time, alimony, and the distribution of assets and debts. The mediator’s job is to keep the conversation […]

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Our Attorneys Offer Essential Guidance for Managing Child Custody Disputes to Preserve Parental Rights in New Jersey
Posted in: Child Custody

Influential Factors for Loss of Custody in New Jersey

February 18, 2024

Learn About the Factors That Could Result in Losing Your Custody Rights Child custody is probably the most complex issue addressed in a divorce. Not only is it an emotionally charged topic, but it involves the well-being of children who suffer the most when their parents separate. There are many changes from where they live to the school they attend, and, of course, no longer spending time as a family. Sometimes, the parents aren’t the safest option in terms of […]

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Our Experienced Lawyers Can Help You Take Action if You Do Not Want to Move on with Your Divorce in NJ
Posted in: Divorce

If You File for Divorce, Can You Take it Back?

February 13, 2024

So You Filed the Paperwork to Initiate the Divorce and Now You Want to Call it Off. You Can’t Turn Back Time, but You can Use the Proper Legal Channels to Stop the Process. Divorce has a huge impact on people’s lives, bringing doubts about the future. While divorce takes a huge emotional and mental toll on a couple, it can also cause them to reconsider with renewed clarity their trajectory. More often than one might think, a couple decides […]

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Rely on Our Attorneys to Address Job/Divorce Related Matters Impacting Your Employment in Passaic County.
Posted in: Divorce Family Law

Disclosing Your Divorce to Your Boss

February 8, 2024

Workplace Implications of Divorce: Discover the Benefits of Keeping Your Boss in the Loop in New Jersey Divorce is a complex and often messy process. Preparing for the legal dissolution of the marriage, navigating the myriad emotions, and walking your children through a difficult transition are all elements of a divorce that can be tough to handle. With so much already going on, one can wonder whether it’s necessary or worth it to involve anyone in the process who isn’t […]

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Addressing Imputed Income in NJ Child Support Cases

February 3, 2024

Imputed Income is Assigned by Family Courts to Non-Custodial Parents to Ensure They Fulfill Child Support Responsibilities Despite Unemployment or Underemployment. When a couple with a family divorces in New Jersey, the family court is focused on ensuring that the children’s needs will be met financially. Child support is the means through which non-custodial spouses are held accountable for contributing to expenses related to their children’s food, housing, medical, and educational expenses. Most parents work hard to make ends meet […]

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