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Starting a Blended Family? Tips for a Successful Transition

Divorce Family Law Prenuptial Agreements Thursday, November 12, 2020

More and more couples are finding love a second time. Whether the first relationship ended due to divorce or death of a partner, a study by the Pew Research Center...

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blended families, child custody, estate plan, family law, prenup, prenuptial agreements, remarriage

Ways to Increase the Odds of Agreeing on a Parenting Plan

Blog Child Custody Divorce Family Law Tuesday, October 27, 2020

Perhaps you and your future former spouse struggled to reach a point where you could agree to work out your custody arrangements and parenting plan without going to court. You...

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Divorce, family law, mediation, negotiation, parenting plan

New Jersey Family Law: The Link Between Genetics and Divorce

Divorce Family Law Monday, October 12, 2020

It has been said that children who are the products of divorced parents are more likely to end up getting divorced as well. This is something psychologists have long believed....

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American Psychological Association, Divorce, divorce attorney, family law, genetics, psychological study

Taking Steps to Safeguard Your Financial Future During Divorce

Alimony Child Support Divorce Family Law Thursday, September 10, 2020

If you and your spouse reach a point in life where parting ways is the healthiest option, you may be eager to move forward and open a new chapter in...

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Divorce, family law, finance, Property Distribution

Giving Children a Voice in the Custody Schedule

Child Custody Divorce Family Law Thursday, August 20, 2020

Parents in New Jersey who have worked hard to co-parent amicably and provide two stable environments for their child may be surprised when the child announces that it is not...

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child custody, custody modifications, Divorce, family law, joint custody, joint custody agreement, parenting plan

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