New Jersey Family Law Blog

New Jersey Family Law Blog

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 Premarital Agreements Difficult to Enforce in NJ?

Morris County Prenuptial Agreement Enforcement Lawyers Marital and non-marital agreements in New Jersey are a great way for couples to plan ahead, agree upon terms, and ensure they are aligned both personally and financially no matter what the future brings. These discussions can be difficult for a couple at the time of their engagement, while

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Holidays, Parenting Time, and Mrs. Doubtfire

Morris County Co-parents Plan for the Holidays You don’t have to “pull a Mrs. Doubtfire” to spend time with your kids this year It is hard to miss at least one showing of the seemingly never-ending loop of the movie Mrs. Doubtfire, one of Robin Williams’ comedic masterpieces, playing on the television during the holiday season.

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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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Communicate Successfully Post Divorce – Is It Possible?

Morristown County Post-Divorce Communication Strategy If you’re in the throes of divorce proceedings or your divorce has been recently finalized, you may be asking if a communication strategy with your soon-to-be ex can even exist at all, much less a successful one.  It can.  You can do it.  In this article we will look at

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Child Custody and Support for Unmarried Parents

Child Custody and Child Support for Unmarried Parents in Morris County It is becoming more and more common for parents to raise children together while remaining unmarried. Sometimes these parents will take steps to formalize their relationship such as through a civil union or some kind of cohabitation agreement, however, just as with a divorce,

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