Author: Jamie Berger, Esq.

Jamie Berger practices exclusively in the area of family law. She has extensive experience in all aspects of litigation in family and appellate court proceedings. Prior to entering into private practice, Jamie served as a Law Clerk for The Honorable Eugene A. Iadanza, J.S.C. in the Monmouth County Superior Court, Family Part.

The Divorce Process: Where Should I Begin and How Long Will it Take?

Beginning the Divorce Process with a Morristown Divorce Lawyer Providing Quality Counsel to Divorce Clients in Morris County Communities such as Morristown, Madison, Randolph, Denville, and across Northern New Jersey. There are a number of questions that often arise during an initial divorce consultation; some related to the filing of the complaint, or what happens

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Debt Relief Through Bankruptcy or Divorce?

Morristown Divorce Attorneys: Debt and Bankruptcy Financial challenges, disagreements on spending, and/or lack of a unified and agreed upon household budget are often contributing factors when individuals entertain the prospect of divorce. When considering divorce finances often play a role, including but not limited to, the strain that debt can place on a relationship. There

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Preparing for a Court Ordered Child Custody Evaluation in New Jersey

Morristown Child Custody Evaluation Attorneys If mediation did not prove to be a viable or successful option for your divorce and you are in need of a child custody evaluation, to help determine a realistic and fair resolution on parenting time, the help of an experienced professional may be useful in helping you and your

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Relief From Default Divorce Judgment or Settlement Agreement

Relief From Morris County Default Judgment and Settlement Agreements Going through a divorce can often be an expensive, stressful, and draining process.  As such, many people tend to try to get through it as quickly as possible, and sign agreements that may not be in their best interests, and are sometimes just downright unfair. Others

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Are Pets Considered Marital Property or Members of the Family?

Deciding Pet Custody During Morris County Divorce If you and your family have ever owned a dog or cat, you may be shocked to hear that principles of property division generally apply when family court judges decide who should keep the family pet. Most of us would agree that these highly valued and prized family

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Family Law Modifications and Appeals

Family Law Modifications and Appeals in Morris County NJ Many different legal matters fall under the umbrella of “family law”. Child custody, visitation and parenting time, child support, alimony, the division of assets, divorce, domestic violence and many other issues are all heard and decided by the Superior Court (within the Family Part), and as such

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Dealing with Divorce Depression

May 21
Dealing with Divorce Depression
By Categories Family Law

Given the high level of stress associated with many divorces, and the regret and sadness that also often come along, it is no surprise that many individuals going through divorce experience feelings of anxiety and depression. In addition, these feelings are not limited to the adults going through the divorce, as children of all ages

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Avoiding Bad Divorce Advice

Feb 16
Avoiding Bad Divorce Advice
By Categories Family Law

During the divorce process, many people will turn to friends and family for support and advice, and rightly so. In fact, having a support network to lean on during the divorce process is something most Morris County divorce lawyers and mental health professionals would recommend that a person do. However, there are a number of

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