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Blog Posts in October, 2020

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  • Can Marijuana Use Affect Child Custody in New Jersey?
    Can Marijuana Use Affect Child Custody in New Jersey?

    Recreational, adult-use cannabis is illegal in the State of New Jersey. However, the issue is on the ballot for the Nov. 3, 2020 election, and medical marijuana is legal for patients who have ...

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  • Why Do People Get Divorced? A New Jersey Divorce Lawyer Perspective
    Why Do People Get Divorced? A New Jersey Divorce Lawyer Perspective

    Divorce is not a rare occurrence in the U.S., even if it feels to each individual the most singularly trying experience of their life. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reports that ...

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  • Postponing Your New Jersey Divorce for Kids’ Sakes May Not Be in Their Best Interest
    Postponing Your New Jersey Divorce for Kids’ Sakes May Not Be in Their Best Interest

    Many parents put off divorcing – even when they’re both in agreement that it’s what they want – because they want to do what’s best for the kids. However, there is a fair amount of evidence to suggest ...

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  • Be Wary of Online Divorce Services for NJ Divorce
    Be Wary of Online Divorce Services for NJ Divorce

    Almost everything is being done online these days – work, school, government meetings and more. Why not a divorce? As our Somerset County divorce attorneys can explain, there are actually many ...

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  • Be Wary of Online Divorce Services for NJ Divorce
    Be Wary of Online Divorce Services for NJ Divorce

    Almost everything is being done online these days – work, school, government meetings and more. Why not a divorce? As our Somerset County divorce attorneys can explain, there are actually many ...

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  • Intrastate Relocations After New Jersey Divorce
    Intrastate Relocations After New Jersey Divorce

    When co-parents share joint custody of a child, the location where each parent resides is important. Ideally, co-parents live close enough to facilitate a hassle-free commute that will allow the child ...

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