Category: Child Custody Evaluation

How is JB’s unique approach applied to Divorce Cases?

Morris County Divorce Attorneys Focus on Your Goals At Jacobs Berger, our Morristown family law and divorce attorneys differ greatly from many other firms, and we are proud of that fact. By putting the attorney-client relationship first and foremost, we are able to work with you to develop a legal strategy which is tailored to your

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Parental Addiction: Child Custody, Recovery, & Rebuilding Trust

Addiction and Parental Fitness in Morris County Families Family and Divorce Attorneys Helping Families across Randolph, Denville, Hanover, Morristown, and Morris County Nationwide, parental addiction seems to be slowly dismantling the social fabric of once thriving homes and communities. As the opioid epidemic devastates families across the country, a record number of children are being

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Staying Insured: Post Divorce Healthcare Options in NJ

Are Medical Benefits Considered Marital Property in Morris County, NJ? During the course of a divorce, most assets which were held jointly or were acquired during the course of a marriage must be divided. Many individuals think about child custody arrangements, if applicable and spend time brainstorming different solutions that will facilitate the equitable distribution of

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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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Parallel Parenting in Divorce

Parallel Parenting in Morris County Divorce Creating Sensible Parenting Time Arrangements across Madison, Tewksbury, Hanover, Florham Park, and Morristown Parallel Parenting is a style of co-parenting often used to temporarily get parents through the early stages of divorce when intense feelings and tempers are at their peak. It can utilized in situations where former spouses

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What to do following the death of the Custodial Parent

Morristown Custody Lawyers Assist After the Death of Custodial Parent Child custody is a legal matter that begins at divorce or separation, and is an on-going concern during the life of both parents or until the child is emancipated. When a custodial parent dies, the non-custodial parent and surviving family often worry about who will

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