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February 2017 Archives

Child support: Torn between 2 fathers?

It can be hard at times to separate the truth from lies, especially if one's marriage is going through a rough time. While it may be possible for a marriage to recover from many lies, there are a few that may be seen as unforgivable. There may be some New Jersey residents who can sympathize with the plight of a parent who has paid child support for a child who later turns out to be biologically unrelated.

How to make the divorce process run as smoothly as possible

First times may be wonderful or terrible, but mostly they are awkward. However prepared a New Jersey resident believes him or herself to be, facing something as life changing as divorce for the first time is still likely to throw one a curve ball. There are some things that can be done in an attempt to make the process run more smoothly.

Quality parenting time with both parents benefits everyone

When a marriage ends, it is often the children who suffer the most. Many non-custodial parents living in New Jersey will be familiar with the difficulties in arranging parenting time concerning their children. Seeing one's child for only brief periods can be painful and even infringe upon efforts to nurture the relationship. In contrast, recent studies have shown that parenting time in the form of overnight visits can be of greater benefit to the parent-child bond in a number of ways.

3 things mothers should know about custody mediation

Now that you know for certain that your marriage is over, you might be dreading having to deal with child custody issues. The thought of a stranger making decisions for your child might make you uncomfortable. There is another option - mediation. This process involves you and your ex-husband working together to create the child custody agreement.

Divorce settlement: an $11.4 million question

There are two sides to every story, and somewhere in the middle lies the truth. Unfortunately for New Jersey residents who are caught up in a divorce, that elusive middle ground may be quite a complex area. For the purposes of equitable distribution, trying to figure out where individual property ends and marital property begins can mean a vast difference in the outcome of one's settlement.

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