Let’s Talk About Divorce

The Holidays and the Pandemic

Divorce Lawyer Tenafly, NJ Let’s keep Christmas Covid free! Let’s face it: 2020 has not been anyone’s idea of a banner year. Record wildfires and hurricanes stemming from ongoing climate change; mass unemployment, furloughs, and layoffs; protests in the streets due to systemic racism; a contentious election; and, oh yeah, the global pandemic, which has […]

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Let’s Talk Thanksgiving Dinner and COVID-19

How do we do it safely?  My favorite holiday pastime is watching my mom prepare a turkey the night before Thanksgiving dinner, to put it in the oven the next morning, and cook it all day until dinner time later that evening— just for all of our family to gather around the table and enjoy […]

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Tips to Work Effectively With Your Divorce Attorney

By Megan E. Hodes, Esq. Divorce is a difficult process which can be emotionally draining and exhausting for all parties involved. While the divorce process may feel like it consumes your life from the very beginning, there are practical ways that can assist you to work with your attorney to streamline the process as much […]

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Let’s Talk About… Tri-Parenting In New Jersey

The idea of a “nuclear family” has vastly changed in the last several years.   Families are formed not only by marriages, but also by separations, divorces, same-sex couples, adoption, and reproductive technologies.  These “new” ways of creating families have changed the considerations that the Family Court in New Jersey must govern.  Changing legislation and case law […]

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Let’s Make Sure Halloween’s Not That Scary This Year!

Let’s face it: 2020 is pretty exhausting – and scary. Going outside with a mask on can make you feel like a character from a movie— say Jason Voorhees or Michael Meyers? Staying home in quarantine for so long can make you feel like a ghost. And now, with apples being picked and the fall […]

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Let’s Talk About … Harassment

In a newly released, unpublished decision, the New Jersey Appellate Division provided helpful insight with regard to several recurring topics that arise when attempting to obtain a Final Restraining Order on the basis of harassment.  While harassment is the most frequently utilized predicate act alleged when victims seek protection, it is also one of the […]

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