Nearly 100,000 Call Domestic Violence Hotlines in New Jersey

Domestic violence remains a significant problem in New Jersey, according to a number of indicators. According to statistics, police departments...

Modification of a New Jersey Divorce Decree

Your Rights When Life’s Circumstances Change As part of your divorce, you and your spouse will either work out agreements...

New Jersey Enacts New Emancipation Statute

New Law Will Affect Child Support Obligations A new statute governing the emancipation of minor children, signed into law in...

Informing Your Children You Are Getting a Divorce

Your children are pretty perceptive and they may be painfully aware that your marriage is in trouble, but that does...

Visitation Schedule and the Holidays

You may have a visitation schedule that works very effectively during the rest of the year, but things are typically...

New Jersey Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Birth Mother

The New Jersey Supreme Court, citing “the invaluable right to raise a child,” has ordered a new trial for the...

Keeping Christmas from Becoming a Contest When You Are a Parent of Divorce

If you are a divorced parent with minor children, Christmas can be involve more stress and anxiety than good cheer....

Judge Rules Against Grandparents in Adoption Proceeding

A state judge has rejected the petition of New York-based grandparents to adopt a three-year-old New Jersey girl, calling the...

Parenting Tips During and After Divorce

It’s seldom easy being a parent and things become a lot more complicated after a divorce. There are, however, some...

Getting Through the Holidays When You Are Divorced

It’s that time of year—Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Years—when the tradition is to be with family. But what if your...