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Do’s and Don’ts For Your First Valentine’s Day After Divorce

Most holidays tend to be difficult after divorce; however, the commercial holiday for love can seem like too much to handle. Valentine’s Day can be a wonderful day for some and a dreadful day for others. However, if you’re single this February 14th you still can (and should) have a wonderful holiday. Here’s some do’s […]

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How Do I Change My Child Custody Agreement?

It can be hard to find common ground in divorce cases, especially when it comes to child custody agreements. When two divorced or separated parents agree on custody, changing the agreement can be relatively easy. However, as with so many aspects of divorce, common ground can be hard to find. While changing custody agreements is […]

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Holiday Time Means Visitation Conflicts For Parents in New Jersey

Although the holidays are supposed to be a time full of warmth and good cheer, many families know that the holidays can often be tense and even combative. For families that are separated, it can be especially stressful because the children are often left confused and disappointed. If there is no plan ahead of time […]

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Is It Okay to Delete My Facebook During a Divorce?

Divorces can be incredibly confusing and overwhelming. Each spouse may feel like they have to fight for their right to certain assets, or even custody of the children. This can lead to disagreements and even attempts at manipulating information in an attempt to receive a more favorable outcome. One of these actions is deleting social […]

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What Are Typical Child Custody Rights in New Jersey?

There’s nothing more important than family, which is precisely why child custody and visitation matters are often the most contentious and emotional topics in a divorce case. Because of this, the state of New Jersey has tried to mitigate the tension by reminding parents that when it comes to child custody, it’s not about one […]

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