New Jersey Family Law Blog

Paying for College for a Child Who Won’t Speak to You

Paying for College for a Child Who Won’t Speak to You
It’s been said many times. Divorce doesn’t just impact husbands and wives – or mothers and fathers. Parents sometimes blame poor relationships with their children on one another. However, the…
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When You Want to Change Your Child’s Surname

When You Want to Change Your Child’s Surname
You may have good cause to want to change your child’s surname. Even if the parents were never married, many children bear their father’s last name. Some view this as…
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High-Conflict Divorce: The Price You Could Pay

High-Conflict Divorce: The Price You Could Pay
More than likely, your wedding celebration cost you or your parents thousands of dollars. Truth be told, divorce can become even more expensive. It’s not always your choice. However, conflict…
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Should Children of Divorce Dictate Parenting Arrangements?

Should Children of Divorce Dictate Parenting Arrangements?
In a sense, it appears to be somewhat of a rhetorical question. No one under the age of 18 should really be in charge of anything. Yet, it happens. Should…
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When Imputed Income Becomes the Basis for Support

When Imputed Income Becomes the Basis for Support
Child support and spousal support represent two critical issues in family law matters. In many cases, calculating numbers means a simple review of paystubs. However, it’s not always so plain…
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