Category: Co-Parenting

Telling the Kids You Are Getting Divorced

Morristown Divorce Lawyers Discuss Talking to Your Kids about Divorce The process of divorce is difficult for all involved, but the emotional repercussions of separation can be especially hard on children. Children can’t understand the nuances and complexities of relationships that lead to separation, but that doesn’t mean that they should be kept in the

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Co-Parenting: Worried Your Child May Call Someone Else ‘Mom’ or ‘Dad’?

Co-parenting, Parenting Time, and Divorce Attorneys Morristown NJ Family Law Attorneys Guiding parents across Morris County and Northern New Jersey in Child Custody, Child Support, and co-parenting issues. Ending a relationship as a result of divorce, civil union dissolution, or death isn’t easy especially if there are children involved. Even if child custody, parenting time,

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How is Child Support Determined for People With High-Incomes?

Determining Child Support for High-Income Families in New Jersey Children should never be the financial victims when their parents decide to divorce or dissolve their legal relationship. When a high net-worth couple gets divorced in New Jersey and child support and child custody are an issue, the already complex process of dividing marital assets, complex property division, dividing

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Can I Move out of the State with my child/children?

Child Custody and Relocation Attorneys in Morris County New Jersey With more than 10 years of experience practicing law throughout the State of New Jersey and co-founder of Jacobs Berger, Sarah J. Jacobs, Esq has developed a concentration in litigation involving child custody and relocation issues. She has also actively contributed with articles in different

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How can I get my child emancipated?

Child Emancipation Attorneys in Morristown NJ Amy L. Miller, 2019 NJ Family Magazine “New Jersey’s Best Lawyers For Families” award, and one of our experienced attorneys on family law including divorce, custody, visitation, alimony, and domestic violence. She is also Associate Editor on the New Jersey Family Lawyer publication. In this video, she speaks to

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How is Child Custody and Parenting Time Determined?

Morristown NJ Attorneys Guiding Clients on Custody and Parenting Time Serving clients in Morristown, Dover, Madison, Randolph, East Hanover,  Tewksbury and across Morris County One of the most popular questions that we receive from our clients is how custody and parenting time is decided by a judge. That answer is not easy to give because

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Paying for College: Post-Secondary Education Child Support Obligations in NJ

College and Child Support Obligations Lawyers Morristown NJ Madison Child Support Attorneys Help You Plan for Your Child’s Post-Secondary Education As stated previously in “Emancipation and child support obligation changes in New Jersey”  the easiest way to avoid conflicts, misunderstandings, and enjoy a measure of certainty about your child’s educational future, is to plan ahead and arrange

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Is an Oral Mediation Agreement Enforceable?

Enforcing Oral Mediation Agreements with Morris County NJ Attorneys Building Family Life Plans Out of Family Law Problems across Madison, Randolph, Tewksbury, Morristown, and Morris County The family law area of Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR), such as mediation, negotiation, and arbitration is a proven and effective method for resolving divorce, civil union dissolution, child custody,

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Protect Your Post Divorce Credit Rating & Creditworthiness

Dividing Debt and Protecting Credit Rating in Your Morristown NJ Divorce Serving Clients across Madison, Florham Park, Morristown, Randolph, Rockaway, East Hanover and Morris County As discussed in “Debt and Divorce”, when it comes to equitable distribution during divorce proceedings, debt must be fairly divided in a similar fashion to assets including complex assets, retirement assets, family-owned and

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