When and how should you tell your kids you´re getting a divorce?

Posted by on August 11, 2017 in Family Law | 0 comment

Divorce represents one of the most legally and personally challenging events that can occur during a lifetime. A divorce becomes even more complicated and emotionally charged when children are involved. If you have children, and are facing a dissolution of your marriage, you may wonder when and how to tell your children you’re getting a […]

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How to choose a good family lawyer?

Posted by on July 6, 2017 in Family Law | 0 comment

If you are considering a divorce, or some other legal matter that requires professional assistance, you need to understand how to choose a good Freehold family attorney. There are a number of factors to bear in mind when it comes to selecting and retaining the right family attorney. Experience Matters in Family Law Family law, […]

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We lived together for 10 years, do I have any rights if we break up?

Posted by on February 3, 2017 in Family Law | 0 comment

The state of New Jersey does not have common-law marriage; however, you may have some rights after living with someone for 10 years. Because you were not married, you may want to consult a Freehold Family Attorney in order to learn what benefits are available for you. Those benefits could include palimony, child support, an […]

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New Jersey’s Little Known Paid Family Leave Law

Posted by on April 8, 2016 in Family Law | 0 comment

Recently San Francisco and New York have made headline news for their updated paid family leave laws for families that need to take time off of work to care for a new child or tend to a sick family member. However, few people realize that New Jersey has had a similar law in place for the […]

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Filing For Divorce in New Jersey

Posted by on December 24, 2014 in Family Law, Home Page | 0 comment

If you’re living in New Jersey and plan to file for divorce, following the correct process and gathering relevant paperwork is essential to your success during legal proceedings. Here are a few tips to help get you started: No-Fault Divorces A “no fault” divorce takes place when neither individual committed an act that caused the […]

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