Let’s Talk About Divorce

5 Great Ways To Cope With Divorce

The day your divorce is finalized may seem like a day to look forward to, but for many, the day is accompanied by confusion and uncertainty. Crafting your next stage in life may feel daunting, and coping with the challenges of a single life may seem impossible. For one New York Times journalist, joining the […]

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6 Tips For Dad On Father’s Day

So, you’re a dad. Or maybe you hope to be one in the future. The reality is that there is there is no real road map for success, especially if you’re a single father or in the process of divorce. The good news is that it is entirely possible to be a great father, regardless […]

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Let’s Talk About LBGT Pride Month

In case you did not know, June is LGBT Pride Month. To honor LGBT Pride Month, people celebrate in many ways.  Some celebrate with parades, parties, and gatherings while others choose to volunteer to at one of the wonderful organizations that support LGBT issues such as GLAAD or Human Rights Campaign. Personally, I like to […]

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What Happens When A Judge Expresses Personal Bias

An independent and honorable judiciary is thought to be indispensable to justice. In New Jersey, judges are not elected as the governor (with the approval of the senate) appoints all judges. Judges are expected to uphold the integrity and independence of the Judiciary and under New Jersey judicial cannon, it is expected that a judge should […]

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