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New Standard for New Jersey Parental Relocation

Our New Jersey child relocation attorneys Discuss the New Standard for NJ Parental Relocation A new ruling by the New Jersey Supreme Court has changed the standard that courts must use as a guideline when deciding child relocation cases. For the past 16 years, they turned to the Baures factors to help them determine whether or…

“Best Interests of the Child” and New Jersey Custody Cases

Our New Jersey Child Custody Attorneys Examine the “Best Interests of the Child” and New Jersey Custody Cases If you have been involved in a New Jersey child custody or parenting time case, you’ve probably heard the phrase “best interests of the child.” New Jersey law mandates that the child’s best interests must be of paramount…

New Jersey Slip-and-Fall Accident FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions About New Jersey Slip-and-Fall Accidents

Our New Jersey Slip and Falls Attorney Answers Some Commonly Asked Questions About New Jersey Slip-and-Fall Accidents Slip-and-fall accidents are very common. Luckily, in most cases, the injuries are minor. However, this is not always the case. If you or a loved one has suffered a serious injury or death as the result of a New…

Parental Alienation Syndrome in New Jersey

Handling Parental Alienation in New Jersey

Our New Jersey Divorce Lawyer Discusses the Issue of Parental Alienation Divorce is often contentious. When one of the parties harbors feelings of anger and betrayal, then it can lead to some degree of parental alienation. When that behavior becomes obsessive, true parental alienation occurs and can endanger the relationship with your child. If you suspect…

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Legal Documents to Protect Your College-Bound Children

Important Legal Documents to Protect Your College-Bound Children As thousands of New Jersey parents and their college-bound children prepare for this exciting new experience, few are thinking about the legal documents that could help them continue to protect their children now that they are legally considered adults and on their own. Even for children who will…

Charged or Arrest for DUI in Passaic County?

Charged with DUI in Passaic County, New Jersey

Experienced DUI Lawyers in New Jersey Discuss What You Should Do When Charged with a DUI in Passaic County, New Jersey We all know that you should not drink and drive. The reality is, however, that people don’t always follow this good advice. Maybe you have a few beers at your friend’s home in Wanaque…

Lawyers Discuss Pet Custody Laws in New Jersey Divorce Cases

Pet Custody in New Jersey Divorce

Pet Custody in a New Jersey Divorce Who Keeps the Dog? Pet owners going through a New Jersey divorce are often dismayed to learn that their beloved pet, whom they consider a member of the family, will be treated no differently from a piece of furniture or a painting on the wall. In fact, the…

Can You Still Get a Divorce in New Jersey if Your Spouse Won’t Respond?

Your Spouse Does Not Respond to Divorce Papers: Can You Still Get Your New Jersey Divorce? After months of careful consideration—and procrastination—you decide that divorce is really what you want. You meet with an experienced New Jersey divorce lawyer. After confirming that you have lived in the state for more than 12 months, your attorney…