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Domestic Violence Awareness Month

According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, there are 10 million victims of domestic violence each year in the United States. This indicates that there are 20 victims of domestic violence per minute. Many victims are injured in an abusive relationship with their parent, child, or spouse. As October comes to an end, we » Read More


Domestic Violence Affects Everyone in the Home

Domestic violence includes harmful behaviors as distinct as physical assault, threats of physical assault, sexual improprieties, the stripping away of financial autonomy, stalking, imprisonment, and undermining one’s state of mind. Domestic violence is a common reason for divorce. The psychological effect of domestic violence is deeply cruel and can affect every person in the household. » Read More


Using a GPS to Track an Ex-Spouse

Most of us have watched television shows and movies where spouses hire private investigators to track their husbands or wives. They are usually trying to prove infidelity or other bad behaviors such as drug, alcohol, or spousal abuse. Today, people are turning to GPS systems to do the work digitally. Many states consider this kind » Read More


Domestic Violence

Across the United States, October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Domestic violence, also called family violence, is when a person is harmed or threatened by an intimate partner or ex-partner. If you have been a victim of domestic violence, know your rights and what happens in the legal process. Being a victim is a traumatizing » Read More


How Domestic Violence Impacts a Child’s Behavior

When domestic violence is present in a household, every member of the household is affected. This is especially true if young children are present in the household, even if they are not the direct victims of the violence. According to the Adverse Childhood Experiences Study, exposure to domestic violence during childhood increases a child’s risks » Read More


Domestic Violence in New Jersey

The New Jersey State Police reports that there were 63,420 episodes of domestic violence in 2016. In fact, Monmouth County saw 4,206 offenses that led to 1,517 arrests. When most of us think of domestic violence, we think of warring spouses and female victims, but this stereotype is inaccurate. The truth is that 26 percent » Read More


What Information Should I Share with My Divorce Attorney?

When filing for a divorce, many people are unsure about what and how much information they should share with their divorce attorney. While it is important to be forthcoming with any information requested by your lawyer, certain information can be crucial in helping your legal counsel properly represent your interests during your divorce proceedings. Financials » Read More


Domestic Violence and Lisa’s Law

Domestic violence continues to be on the rise in New Jersey and throughout the United States. According to national data, there are over 20,000 phone calls made to domestic violence hotlines every day throughout the country. In New Jersey, legislators are working hard to pass “Lisa’s Law,” a new law targeting domestic violence in the » Read More


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