Month: February 2013

Staying on Track with Parenting Time

Feb 28
Staying on Track with Parenting Time
By Categories Child Custody

When parties craft child custody agreements in New Jersey, they attempt to secure the physical, emotional, and financial well-being of the children after a divorce. Courts strive to achieve the same goal when making custody and parenting time determinations. Parents who cannot stick to a parenting time agreement can find themselves back in family court

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Complementary Dispute Resolution in New Jersey Family Court

Feb 14
Complementary Dispute Resolution in New Jersey Family Court
By Categories Divorce

Resolving a dispute through litigation has the possibility to be a lengthy, financially difficult procedure. Trials involving divorce and child custody disputes can also be emotionally wrenching. New Jersey has implemented complementary dispute resolution (CDR) as a more efficient, less costly alternative to active litigation to help parties to arrive at a mutually satisfactory agreement.

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