Let’s Talk About Divorce

Divorcing as a Member of the Armed Services

This blog is in recognition of Armed Forces Appreciation Day on Saturday, May 18, 2019.  From a legal perspective, members of the Armed Services who are getting divorced are similar to other civilians insofar as state law and local procedures largely govern. Some federal statutes and military regulations may apply, however, depending on where a […]

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Dating While Getting Divorced or Separated

Stop saying you are divorced when you aren’t…. and even more helpful tips on navigating the dating scene after you have been married.   When getting married, you probably never thought that you would have to worry about how to meet people and how to date ever again. Regardless of how long it has been, […]

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Privacy and Family Law in New Jersey

By Amanda Yu, Esq. Last month, I participated in a webinar entitled “Privacy and Family Law.” As a fairly technologically savvy individual, I was very interested as to how the panel would address this incredibly broad topic. Courts have consistently held that privacy rights in the United States are very important and must be upheld […]

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Let’s Talk About Domestic Violence

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 abuse is a choice. Although I have always believed that to be true, admittedly […]

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How to Make Your First Meeting With A New Jersey Family Lawyer Count

So, you’ve decided to retain a New Jersey Family Law Attorney. You’ve searched high and low for a family lawyer in new jersey with excellent credentials, a great reputation, and years of experience. What do you do now? 1. Write it down. Sometimes putting everything down on paper can make things easier to explain to […]

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4 Tips For Day to Day Co-parenting

Co-parenting is extremely difficult, whether or not you are an intact family. Most parents’ parenting styles differ, and those differences may become even more apparent after divorce or separation when your children’s time is split between you and your ex. When parenting in an intact family, there may be a “good cop” and a “bad […]

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