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How Substance Abuse Can Affect Child Custody in New Jersey

Unfortunately, when a parent has a substance abuse issue, it can have a negative impact on everyone’s life. It can also impact a determination about the parent’s child custody. Please continue reading and reach out to our New Jersey family law attorneys to learn more about how substance abuse can affect child custody. What are […]

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What You Need to Know About White-Collar Crimes

Though most of us do not think of a well-dressed person sitting behind a desk as a criminal, white-collar crimes are not uncommon in New Jersey. Please continue reading and speak with our New Jersey criminal defense attorneys to learn more about white-collar crimes in NJ and how our legal team can assist you if […]

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What You Need to Know About Child Relocation Cases in NJ

There are few things more important to a parent than their child, which is why child custody is oftentimes such a hot-button issue when a couple gets divorced. That being said, after a divorce is settled and child custody terms are set, it is not uncommon for the custodial parent to wish to move away […]

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What is a Contested Divorce in New Jersey?

Divorce is complicated, and while there are times where both spouses can agree on the terms of their divorce and move on with their lives, this is often not the case. When spouses cannot agree on the terms of their divorce, they are in what is known as a contested divorce. If you are currently […]

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What Are the Long-Term Impacts of Having a Criminal Record?

When someone is convicted of a crime, oftentimes, the penalties extend far beyond jail time and high fines, as a criminal record can follow an individual for the rest of his or her life. Criminal records can impose a wide array of restrictions and hardships on a person, which is why if you are charged […]

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Grandparents’ Visitation Rights in New Jersey | What You Should Know

Divorce is a complex process, and oftentimes, it affects many people other than the now-divorced couple. Not only can a divorce profoundly affect children, but it can also affect their grandparents as well, as one of the greatest joys in a grandparent’s life is watching his or her grandchild grow up. If you are a […]

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Can I Reduce Alimony Payments if I Lose My Job?

Alimony is among the most critical divorce-related issues, and if you recently lost your job and owe alimony payments, you are most likely wondering whether you can obtain an alimony modification. Please continue reading and speak with our Bergen County divorce attorneys to learn more about how we can help you. How do New Jersey […]

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The Do’s and Don’ts of Divorce in New Jersey

Divorce is a complicated process, which is why our New Jersey family law attorneys have compiled a general list of what to do, and what not to do, during the divorce process. Please continue reading to learn more. What actions should I take before, during, and after a divorce? There are certain actions you should […]

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It’s Official: New Jersey Legalizes Marijuana for Recreational Use

New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy signed three bills on March 1, 2021, that officially kickstarted the recreational marijuana industry in New Jersey. The passing of this legislation was hard-fought, and though there was substantial opposition, the bills legalizing the recreational use of marijuana for people over the age of 21 in New Jersey were signed […]

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When is Alimony Terminated or Modified Based Upon Your Ex-Spouse’s Cohabitation? By: Richard H. Weiner, Esq.

The New Jersey Superior Court Appellate Division recently reversed a lower court’s decision that denied a spouse’s motion to terminate alimony. In January 2004, the couple divorced and their marital settlement agreement provided that the husband would pay the wife $5,200 a month in permanent alimony. The agreement relieved the husband of his obligation if […]

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