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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What If My Former Spouse Won’t Let My Teen Be Vaccinated?

July 12, 2021

In May, the Food & Drug Administration’s decision to allow children between 12 and 15 years old to be vaccinated against COVID-19 has brought new contentions and complexities between divorced parents who disagree on vaccinating their children. If you are a parent who is divorced in New Jersey with some form of custody of your child and want your child to be protected against the coronavirus, and your former spouse does not want your child or teen to be vaccinated, […]

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Are You Facing Child Relocation in the State of New Jersey?

June 16, 2021

Do you want to prevent your former spouse from moving out of New Jersey or to a distant part of the state with your child? Are you the custodial parent who wants to make such a move? When people who have children end up divorcing each other, one of them might want to relocate to a different part of the country. But with underage children involved, having one parent move might not work. The lawyers at The Montanari Law Group fight […]

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Is Supervised Parenting Mandatory in Divorce Cases?

May 25, 2021

Supervised parenting or supervised visit orders are ordered by the Court whenever there is a risk for children to suffer abuse, even though only 10% of the allegations are substantiated. A Suitable Option to Visit the Children Supervised visitation is the only option that some parents have to share time with their little ones. It is thought of as the best option to see their children, at least until the supervised time is no longer needed, although it is not […]

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Non-Custodial Parent’s Guide to Negotiating an Extended Vacation with Your Kids

May 20, 2021

If you or a parent you know is having difficulty scheduling an extended vacation with their child, we can help. Post-divorce, child custody agreements for vacation-related parenting time can help parents and children alike embrace the new realities of their relationship and the adventures, discoveries, and experiences that come with it. Time away in new surroundings can help families in the midst of this pandemic, escape the weight of the daily stress and create new memories to last a lifetime. […]

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