Pride, Even In The Pandemic

Same-sex Divorce in New Jersey During the Pandemic Although the 50th anniversary of the New York City Pride parade may be virtual – on Sunday, June 28th, with the hashtag #thefutureisvirtual – even the novel coronavirus cannot cancel Pride. June is Pride month, during which the LBGTQ + community rightly celebrates its victories in civil […]

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Celebrate Father’s Day During Coronavirus

Father’s Day After a Divorce To celebrate Father’s Day during coronavirus can be a bit challenging, especially if we are also talking about Father’s Day after a divorce. If this is your case, just know that Father’s Day can be a difficult holiday in the best of times. Arguing with your co-parent, absentee dads, ‘Disneyland […]

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Save the Pandemic Summer from Being a Total Bummer

5 Tips on Co-parenting on Memorial Day Warmer weather and longer days are here— Memorial Day weekend is, of course, the traditional, unofficial start of summer— but let’s face it: this is weird. Coping with the ongoing novel coronavirus, and dealing with phased re-openings as the pandemic persists throughout summer, will feel different because it […]

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How We Choose to Act During the Coronavirus Will Define Us

Divorce during the coronavirus Although most of the States have set orders, guidelines or recommendations on where we may go, how far apart we should stand whether our place of business is open or closed, where and how we can travel—there are no set rules for how to handle ourselves in this pandemic. But in […]

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Co-Parenting in the time of Covid-19

How to protect your child during a pandemic situation “Mommy, Daddy says you are overreacting, and I can go with him to Aunt Joanie’s wedding reception in two weeks— it’s only a short plane ride.” “Daddy, Mommy says I don’t have to keep washing my hands that much. And she says you are wrong about […]

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Let’s Talk About Domestic Violence in New Jersey

When reading Lauren Justice’s New York Times Opinion article, “What Would I Have Done if I Would Have Killed Her That Night: Ten months in a class for men who hit women,” I was particularly struck by Ms. Justice’s statement, Domestic violence is a choice. Although I have always believed that to be true, admittedly […]

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