Organizing the Payment of Extracurricular Activities in New Jersey

November 23, 2022

Concerned About How to Handle Extracurricular Activities Expenses Before or After the Custody Agreement is Sealed? Every parent wants their child to succeed and enjoy their childhood.  Playing sports, participating in clubs such as art, theater, or robotics, and receiving lessons such as music or voice can enrich a child’s experiences.  Extracurricular activities teach perseverance, a work ethic, discipline, and in some cases, teamwork.  But when it comes to paying for these activities, exes may have a heated discussion about […]

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Paying Child Support Directly to Children, Is It Possible in NJ?

August 18, 2022

Explore the Different Scenarios When Providing Child Support Directly to Children is Allowed in Clifton, Wayne, Totowa, and towns throughout Passaic County The determination of child support is calculated very carefully through the child support guidelines as authorized by New Jersey Statutory Authority. The state of New Jersey takes into account many different aspects of the family’s life. The most important factor considered by the court, however, is what is in the “best interest of the child” (BIOC). Since the […]

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Parental Alienation: 10 Signs Your Ex May Be Turning Your Child Against You

February 23, 2021

Parental Alienation: What You Can Do to Fight It in New Jersey Child custody disputes, in addition to divorce, civil union dissolution, and child support matters, have the ability to bring out the worst in individuals. Such high-conflict situations can lead to significantly more contentious litigation, even among unmarried parents, who also struggle with one parent’s attempts to turn a child against the other parent. A previous article referred to this psychological form of abuse as parental alienation. During such […]

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Collaborative Divorce: A Family Centered, Solution-Oriented, Outcome Focused, Approach to Resolving Divorce Issues

January 2, 2021

Collaborative divorce is a creative, non-adversarial, team approach form of alternative dispute resolution, designed to resolve divorce issues without resorting to litigation. The intent is to foster respectful and equitable discussions without court intervention. Like mediation and arbitration, it takes place outside of the purview of the court system, with the objective of achieving a fair settlement framework but without the pressure and uncertainties which accompany litigation. Often less costly than traditional divorce litigation, confidential and convenient, both parties, with […]

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Case Information Statement

October 29, 2020

The Key Financial Document & Backbone to Your Fair Share of Marital Assets, Alimony, and Child Support The New Jersey Family Part Case Information Statement (CIS) is a financial disclosure document required by divorce courts, designed to provide the court, parties, and legal counsel with a complete economic picture (i.e., income, expenses, assets, debts). As a signed and sworn document, it is often used to address various financial-related issues like child support, alimony, spousal support, equitable asset distribution, retirement funds, […]

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