New Jersey Family Law Blog

COVID-19 and Divorce: Will They Ruin Your Vacation Plans?

COVID-19 and Divorce: Will They Ruin Your Vacation Plans?
On their own, the terms COVID-19 and divorce suggest negative connotations. Add them to the prospect of ruined vacation plans and you have a depressing combination.  You even begin to…
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Domestic Violence Amid COVID-19: The Help You Need

Domestic Violence Amid COVID-19: The Help You Need
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic, domestic violence complaints are at an all-time high throughout New Jersey. Essex and Hudson counties are by no means the exception. For some families, the coronavirus…
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Changed Circumstances After Divorce: Why They Matter

Changed Circumstances After Divorce: Why They Matter
Changed circumstances after divorce matter when it comes to many things. Although the paperwork reads “Final Judgment of Divorce,” the court considers modifications. However, your burden becomes demonstrating the reasons…
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When the Court Doesn’t Grant a Final Restraining Order

When the Court Doesn’t Grant a Final Restraining Order
All things considered, obtaining a temporary restraining order (“TRO”) represents a somewhat immediate process.  At the TRO hearing date, the judge sets a future date for the parties to appear…
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Stop Thinking Divorce Means You’re a Failure

Stop Thinking Divorce Means You’re a Failure
Divorce creates its share of unfortunate consequences. The stigma itself manifests in countless ways. For some, it’s a sense of shame. Others see it as an uncomfortable label. If nothing…
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