Why You may Need a Business Valuation Expert in Your New Jersey Divorce

September 20, 2021

When it comes to marital asset division in a New Jersey divorce, you may need help determining the value of a certain property, namely a business. While bank accounts have defined values, other assets depend on various factors to arrive at a value. Take art collections, antique vehicles, and a family business, for example. Finding an objective value for any of these assets takes expertise in the field of art, antiques, finances, and marketing. To evaluate a business in divorce […]

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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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What does it Mean? Common Family Law Misconceptions in NJ

July 23, 2021

There are many terms in family law that people do not understand or understand only partially. Legal terminology can leave one hearing one thing while thinking another. Let’s take a look at some of the most common mistakes people make when discussing family law. Prenuptial agreements: Mine, Yours, Ours You don’t have to be rich or have several businesses to set up an agreement before you are married.  A prenup is similar to a will in that if you and […]

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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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