Family Law Attorneys Providing Counsel to clients across New Jersey and Passaic County, including Wayne, Clifton, Little Falls, West Milford, and Woodland Park Though child support is often a contentious issue, it is necessary for the quality of life for most children in two family households. It is often used to pay for schools, household bills, and many other critical expenses. Needless to say, it is very stressful when a child support payment does not arrive. Household bills and child […]
Passaic County Family Law Attorneys helping parents with child relocation issues in towns such as Wayne, Paterson, Clifton, Woodland Park and across Northern NJ On August 6th, 2017, the New Jersey Supreme Court’s ruling in the case of Bisbing v Bisbing dramatically changes the way in which out-of-state parental relocation requests are decided in New Jersey. Whereas previously, parents with primary or sole custody of children could very easily relocate out-of-state with those children without regard to the other parent, […]
Child Custody Attorneys Serving Passaic County and Northern NJ with offices in Woodland Park The impacts of divorce on a family are clear and potent. Most notably, they affect children. As such, coming to a fair and reasonable agreement on child custody that reflects the children’s best interest is crucial. However, divorce proceedings and their byproducts, like child custody determination, are rarely without conflict. Due to the emotionality of any divorce proceeding, among many factors, a couple often disputes facts […]
Alimony Attorneys Providing Counsel to clients across New Jersey and Passaic County, including Wayne, Clifton, Little Falls, West Milford, and Woodland Park In New Jersey, there are several different types of alimony and in certain cases, more than one type of alimony may be necessary. In Glass v Glass, 366 N.J. Super. 357 marriage was described as an “adaptive economic and social partnership.” So today, it is possible for one alimony to begin as the other is terminated, and for […]
A significant portion of divorce involves finances and assets, and who is ultimately owed what. While dividing assets in New Jersey typically falls to what is fair and equitable for...