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  • How Alcohol Addiction Can Impact Your New Jersey Divorce Case
    How Alcohol Addiction Can Impact Your New Jersey Divorce Case

    Alcohol addiction and abuse can have a substantially destructive impact on a marriage, and is a commonly-cited factor in New Jersey divorce cases. Research has shown those in marriages wherein one or ...

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  • Negotiating a Back-to-School Parenting Plan
    Negotiating a Back-to-School Parenting Plan

    Co-parenting following a divorce can be a chore even under the best circumstances. Add COVID-19, the fact that kids under 12 can’t yet be vaccinated and another school year looming, it can cause a lot ...

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  • New Jersey Child Relocation Agreements May Require Review if Circumstances Change
    New Jersey Child Relocation Agreements May Require Review if Circumstances Change

    If you share a minor child with someone in New Jersey and wish to relocate with that child to a different residence, you need to protect everyone involved with a child relocation agreement. This ...

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  • When Doctors Divorce: New Jersey Family Lawyer Insight
    When Doctors Divorce: New Jersey Family Lawyer Insight

    Physicians wear many hats in their professional and personal lives, from healer to entrepreneur to provider. When doctors divorce, sometimes the proceedings transpire much like anyone else’s. However, ...

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  • Family Law Judge: No Mask, No Custody
    Family Law Judge: No Mask, No Custody

    The choice to wear a mask to mitigate the spread of coronavirus – or not – has become a highly-charged issue in the U.S. Now, it’s also finding its way into family law courts. Recently in Florida, a ...

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  • As New Jersey Family Law Courts Eye Reopening, A Look at What’s Next
    As New Jersey Family Law Courts Eye Reopening, A Look at What’s Next

    The shutdown of New Jersey family law courts to halt the spread of COVID-19 was an unprecedented – and entirely necessary – effort to save lives. Even with these measures, NJ.com reports as of this ...

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