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    • Arbitration

      If disputes can be resolved via mediation, they should be. Where mediation has not worked or will not work, arbitration is deserving of serious consideration. The legal community has yet to fully ...

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    • The Rights of Unwed Fathers

      What Rights Do Unmarried Fathers Have? Put simply, unmarried fathers do not have any legal rights to their children unless they take deliberate measures to establish paternity. When a child is born to ...

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    • Children of Divorce; Some Common Sense Rules of the Road

      Divorce is stressful for the entire family, especially for children. Children often lack the life experience and perspective that adults are able to marshal in a life crisis. Judges in the Family ...

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    • Parental Alienation

      Parental alienation is at the core of a small subset of custody disputes. This is a developing area of New Jersey law. Until recently, a computer search of decisional law in New Jersey using the term ...

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    • The Rights of Unwed Fathers

      What Rights Do Unmarried Fathers Have? Put simply, unmarried fathers do not have any legal rights to their children unless they take deliberate measures to establish paternity. When a child is born to ...

      Read More
    • Children of Divorce; Some Common Sense Rules of the Road

      Divorce is stressful for the entire family, especially for children. Children often lack the life experience and perspective that adults are able to marshal in a life crisis. Judges in the Family ...

      Read More
    • The Rights of Unwed Fathers

      What Rights Do Unmarried Fathers Have? Put simply, unmarried fathers do not have any legal rights to their children unless they take deliberate measures to establish paternity. When a child is born to ...

      Read More
    • Children of Divorce; Some Common Sense Rules of the Road

      Divorce is stressful for the entire family, especially for children. Children often lack the life experience and perspective that adults are able to marshal in a life crisis. Judges in the Family ...

      Read More
    • Parental Alienation

      Parental alienation is at the core of a small subset of custody disputes. This is a developing area of New Jersey law. Until recently, a computer search of decisional law in New Jersey using the term ...

      Read More
    • Why You Should Stay Off Social Media During Divorce

      Social media is incredibly ubiquitous these days and most of us have an account on at least one platform, such as Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. While social media is certainly a great way to share ...

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    • Protections for Victims of Domestic Violence During the Divorce Process

      Protect Yourself by Acting Immediately If you are in present danger or fear for your safety, do not stay where you are. It is imperative that you seek help as soon as possible if your spouse is ...

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    • Do Grandparents Have Visitation Rights After Divorce?

      Grandparents’ Rights During and After Divorce Sometimes grandparents are deliberately or inadvertently cut out of the decision-making process in divorce and are omitted from the resulting parenting ...

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    • Role of the Guardian ad litem

      Attorneys for Children: The New Jersey Rules of Court provide for the appointment of an attorney for children in need of legal representation in the Court - Rule 5:8A. An attorney representing a ...

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    • Mediation

      Historical Background: Attorneys are trained in law school to advocate for the position taken by their client. They are prohibited from representing both sides to a matrimonial dispute. Before ...

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    • The Rights of Unwed Fathers

      What Rights Do Unmarried Fathers Have? Put simply, unmarried fathers do not have any legal rights to their children unless they take deliberate measures to establish paternity. When a child is born to ...

      Read More
    • Children of Divorce; Some Common Sense Rules of the Road

      Divorce is stressful for the entire family, especially for children. Children often lack the life experience and perspective that adults are able to marshal in a life crisis. Judges in the Family ...

      Read More
    • Parental Alienation

      Parental alienation is at the core of a small subset of custody disputes. This is a developing area of New Jersey law. Until recently, a computer search of decisional law in New Jersey using the term ...

      Read More