Most Recent Changes to Child Relocation Law in NJ

September 30, 2019

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, […]

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Guardian ad litem in Passaic County NJ Child Custody Cases

September 10, 2019

Guardian ad Litem and Parenting Time Attorneys Serving Passaic County and Northern NJ with offices in Woodland Park What is a guardian ad litem? A guardian ad litem is an advocate appointed on behalf of a child at the request of a parent or discretion of the judge. They are responsible for representing the child’s best interests, and often a private practice attorney assigned to an individual case where custody, visitation and parenting time in divorce cases are at issue. […]

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When is a plenary hearing necessary in a child custody case?

September 2, 2019

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 […]

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Securing Your Grandparent Visitation Rights

March 21, 2019

Few would argue that divorce is a traumatic and life-changing process for spouses and their children. However, the trauma is not only contained to the immediate family. The relationship between grandparents and their grandchildren can also be deeply affected when spouses separate. Grandparents’ rights and their ability to spend time with their grandchildren are often one of the unseen causalities of the ending of a marriage.  Grandparent visitation issues can be complicated in any contentious divorce. As a grandparent, knowing the […]

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