Managing the Military Divorce Process in New Jersey

October 15, 2021

While state law governs divorce for civilian couples, federal and state laws determine military divorce procedures and outcomes. Divorce is complicated. Not only does a family suffer the emotional loss of security, but financial as well. Separating one household into two inevitably stretches everyone to their limits. And in the legal process, divorcing parties have so many decisions to make: child custody, child support, spousal support, property division, debt division, and health insurance coverage for the children, among many other […]

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Divorcing with a Special Needs Child in NJ

October 5, 2021

How Having a Special Needs Child can Impact Your Divorce Case Divorce is an unfortunate reality for many couples who have exhausted all efforts to salvage their respective marriages. Those in the middle of a divorce or at the beginning stages, know that there are countless things to consider in making critical decisions that will ultimately impact their futures. Couples with a child who has special needs, face issues that are more complex and require careful consideration. A Divorce lawyer […]

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What Divorced & Unmarried Co-Parents Need to Know About Advance Child Tax Credit Payments

August 25, 2021

Are you divorced, unmarried, or co-parenting and wondering which parent can claim the advance Child Care Tax payments in New Jersey? The American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) of 2021 is the sixth federal COVID-19 relief bill and it provides direct economic support to the American people in an effort to combat the financial impact the COVID pandemic has had on the country. To help families with children, the initiative expands the Child Tax Credit (CTC) for the tax year 2021 […]

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The Centerpiece of Superior Court: Family Part Law, As Evidenced in a Relocation Ruling

August 20, 2021

Navigating raising a child with a co-parent is a challenging thing. Whether or not you get along with your child’s other parent, the nuances of shared parental time are tricky to master. The New Jersey Superior Court: Family Part exists to provide a solid legal container within which to operate so that the parents have a framework from which to operate, and the children’s best interests are always kept at the center. One recent example of the Superior Court: Family […]

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What Is The Child’s Best Interest Standard and Why Is It Important?

August 16, 2021

One of the most important jobs of the court when presiding over a divorce case is constructing the best plan for the minor children. In this context, this means that the custody decisions must keep the children’s “best interests” at the forefront of any decision related to their welfare.  Children have an intrinsic right to be happy, feel protected, and experience emotional, mental, and physical health. They also have the right to participate in the lives of both of their […]

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