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Back to School Co-Parenting

Back to school season is a time of transition, and when parents are divorced or separated, some extra care can help smooth things along. Planning ahead for the entire school year can help families know what to expect, and this can include school supplies, carpooling, study times, and after school activities. Some parents work with » Read More


Can Non-Biological People Be Granted Custody?

Many children do not grow up in traditional families. When issues of child custody arise, in most instances, biological parents’ rights will outweigh those of a person unrelated to the child, but much depends on individual circumstances. The court makes custody decisions based on the best interests of the child, and giving custody to an » Read More


Hidden Assets in Divorce

It is not uncommon for divorcing spouses to attempt to hide assets before or during the proceedings. Some people go to great lengths to do this, going as far as transferring monies overseas, opening secret accounts, or transferring them over to third parties. These situations do not only apply to male spouses; with more women » Read More


Preparing for Child Custody Cases

Court decisions in child custody cases can be life changing. Thorough preparation will help parents understand what to expect and can also make the divorce process less stressful. To request custody rights, a parent must file a petition, which is then served on the other parent. The other parent must respond within a specified time » Read More


Will My Custody Agreement Separate My Children From Each Other?

When a marriage ends, each member of the family is affected by the divorce. Parents often fight for child custody, leading to difficulties with finding a living situation that works for the entire family. Those contemplating divorce may wonder whether it will force their children to be separated from each other. In order to further » Read More


What Should I Do After Being Served Divorce Papers?

Divorce can be one of the most traumatic experiences that people go through, and it is often worse when it comes as a surprise. Whether it is expected or not, understanding the next steps to take is essential for anyone faced with new divorce proceedings. Laws vary from state to state, but most courts allow » Read More


Filing for Divorce When Your Spouse Lives in a Different State

When one spouse has established residence in another state, the divorce process becomes somewhat more complicated. That is why it is important to learn about divorce laws in the state your spouse resides in before filing. A person can only file for divorce in a state where they meet the residency requirements. Every state has » Read More


Grounds for Divorce in New Jersey

Grounds are the causes why one or both spouses seek a divorce, and it is important to choose the grounds carefully before deciding. Every state has certain regulations that must be followed, including procedures for filing a no-fault divorce. This is when neither party has to give details about why the marriage did not succeed. » Read More


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