New Jersey Family Law Blog

Don’t Let Your Divorce Ruin Your Holidays

Don’t Let Your Divorce Ruin Your Holidays
All on its own, the season brings on its share of tension and pressure. Once upon a time, stress revolved around finding the perfect gifts.  Now, those concerns pale in…
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After the Divorce: Removing Property from the Marital Home

After the Divorce: Removing Property from the Marital Home
Removing property from the marital home represents a prospective issue during many stages of marital separation and divorce. In some cases, the real problem becomes what constitutes separate property or…
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Substance Abuse and Its Role in Family Law Matters

Substance Abuse and Its Role in Family Law Matters
Most focus on the opioid crisis when it comes to problems with drug addiction. However, the fact is that the issue extends much further. In fact, substance abuse and its…
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When Children’s Religious Upbringing Becomes a Legal Issue

When Children’s Religious Upbringing Becomes a Legal Issue
When couples of different faiths marry, it’s invariably a discussion they have together. Most often, the dialogue continues even further when they become parents.  In some cases, children’s religious upbringing…
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Same-Sex Couple Granted Joint Legal Custody: A Case of Interest

Same-Sex Couple Granted Joint Legal Custody: A Case of Interest
Just about a year ago, the New Jersey Appellate Division considered an appeal regarding a same-sex couple granted joint legal custody. Unsatisfied with the decision by the appeals court, one…
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