How Do I Choose a Family Law Attorney?
Your marriage has deteriorated and is irretrievably broken. You have decided to move forward with a divorce and want to schedule a consultation with a family lawyer. You are overwhelmed by advice from friends a… >
Unlucky in Love: Divorce at Any Decade
At the beginning of a new year, it all seems to be about setting resolutions for the year ahead. At Valentine’s Day, Cupid rules the day and romance is alive and well. By St. Patrick’s Day, the year… >
Meeting with a Divorce Attorney: Helpful Tips
Beginning the divorce process is never easy, especially since it involves an acknowledgment that the marriage is possibly over. Now that you have decided to start the process, selecting an attorney can also be … >
I Filed for Divorce...Now What?
When most legal professionals talk about the divorce process, they discuss what happens inside the courthouse. While the direct interactions with the court are undoubtedly important, and sometimes dramatic, an … >
Insuring Your Support Obligations
Oftentimes in divorce matters, one party has an obligation to provide support to the other party, in the form of alimony. Similarly, if your divorce matter involves minor children, both parents have an obligati… >
When Do I Get to Go to Court? Attending Your First Case Management Conference
After a divorce complaint is filed, scheduling a Case Management Conference (often called a “CMC”) is standard operating procedure, always scheduled after the defendant files a response to a divorce… >
For most divorcing couples, one of their most valuable assets is their home. More than an asset, the marital home can often shelter children, store personal items, and harbor memories. But what happens to a hom… >
Most custody battles involve disputes between a child’s parents--usually within the context of a divorce. The court will make a custody and parenting time determination which is in the best interest… >
'23 & Me: How Your Resolutions Can Impact Your Divorce
The ball has dropped in Times Square, the confetti has popped, and we are now a week into 2023. For many, this means New Year’s resolutions have commenced. It’s not unusual for family lawyers to se… >
Relocation and Divorce: Can I Move with the Children?
It is not uncommon for a divorced or separated parent to want to leave the State of New Jersey with the children to pursue their career or to be closer to family members. In New Jersey, children of divorc… >