Protecting Children from Your Abusive Ex-Spouse in New Jersey

Our firm’s top priority is the safety of you and your children. If you are in immediate distress, please contact...

How Depression Will Impact Your Divorce Settlement in New Jersey

Depression affects millions of Americans each year. If left untreated, it can lead to the breakdown of relationships, including marriages....

Can My Ex-Spouse Empty Our Joint Checking Account During Divorce?

Short answer: They can, but they would regret it. Long answer: During a divorce, it is common for people to...

Can My Ex Stop Me from Taking My Kids on Vacation?

Divorce is a major life transition that requires each member of the family to settle into a new routine and...

How Postpartum Depression Will Impact Your Divorce Settlement in New Jersey

According to recent studies, one in seven mothers may experience postpartum depression (PPD) within a year of giving birth. In...

Does Child Support End if I Get Remarried in New Jersey?

Child support is a court-ordered measure to ensure both parents continue to financially support their children after divorce. The right...

Filing for Divorce on the Grounds of Adultery in New Jersey

New Jersey is a “no-fault” divorce State, which means a couple has the option to file for divorce on the...

Child Emancipation and Child Support in New Jersey

Many people assume parental rights and responsibilities–including child support–will end automatically when a child turns 18 years of age. While...

College Tuition and Child Support in New Jersey (Part 4 of 4)

This is the final post of a four-part series. To read the first article, click here. Are Divorced Parents Responsible...

College Tuition and Child Support in New Jersey (Part 3 of 4)

This is part three of a four-part series. To read the first article, click here. The Case that May Excuse...