Accusations of Substance Abuse and Parenting Issues in NJ

June 23, 2023

Implications for Custody and Parenting Time when One Parent is Accused of Substance Abuse in Passaic County NJ Contrary to popular misconception, a parent’s engagement in drugs or alcohol does not always constitute a loss of custody or parenting time.  It seems counterintuitive, but other factors must be involved before the courts will step in.  When the parent who drinks or uses drugs shows up on time for visits (or has the child ready for visits), keeps the child fed […]

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Getting Ready for Your Summer Parenting Schedule in NJ

June 20, 2022

Working Out a Summer Parenting Calendar with Your Ex can Ensure that Your Children Spend Good Moments with Both Parents One of the most challenging parts of a divorce is creating a fair and balanced parenting plan that everyone can agree with. The school year and its family holidays have been traversed, leaving everyone fortunately unscathed. Still, when summer break begins, it’s a whole new ball of wax, and negotiations begin for summer. An experienced family lawyer can help you […]

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Updating Custody Agreements based on Covid-19 Pandemic

February 2, 2021

What is the difference between a Covid-19 Contract and an amended Parenting Time Agreement, and what would each include? Throughout 2020 and into 2021, co-parents have had to exercise a great deal of patience, flexibility, and communication to navigate their custody arrangements and parenting time agreements in the wake of the Covid-19 pandemic. While the recommendation was to maintain legally-established custody and parenting time arrangements as much as possible, it has been difficult to downright impossible to do so safely […]

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Post-Divorce Modifications: Alimony, Child Custody & Child Support in NJ

June 20, 2020

The process for modifying post-divorce settlements can be tedious, cumbersome, and confusing. Having a qualified and knowledgeable New Jersey family attorney at your side will make all the difference Divorce settlements, civil union dissolution, alimony, and child support agreements reflect each party’s circumstances at the time the divorce decree was granted. In New Jersey, if there has been a significant, substantial, unanticipated, or permanent change to a party’s situation, that has happened since the last order was entered, they may qualify […]

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