An individual in the middle of a divorce may seek to move to another state to live closer to family, gain independence, or to pursue a career opportunity. However, one may face legal challenges when trying to move. This is especially true if child custody arrangements exist. Those considering an out-of-state move should contact an…Read More »
All parents want to keep their children safe, and divorced parents who deal with frequent child custody exchanges can face special challenges. Aside from the typical disagreements and conflicts, parents have to think about all the issues revolving around Coronavirus (COVID-19) safety. It is important to keep in mind that children’s need should always be…Read More »
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to shut down certain schools, offices, and government institutions, parents could benefit from safety tips for children going back to school. When kids enter a school building in this environment, parents must take the lead in terms of safety. Are Schools Prepared for in-Person Learning? Schools have likely enacted a…Read More »
When parents go through a divorce, child custody is often discussed as a part of the proceedings. The divorcing couple works together or through intermediaries to negotiate a custody arrangement as part of their divorce settlement. However, what if the divorcing couple’s children have their own ideas about what constitutes a fair and agreeable custody…Read More »
A family law attorney is an invaluable resource that can support a person through the many ups and downs of divorce. Since these lawyers can handle a wide variety of documents and processes, it is important that an individual works with these attorneys instead of trying to figure things out on their own. Do I…Read More »
Congratulations to Katie Stockton for being recognized on SJ Magazine’s list of 2020 Top Attorneys.Read More »
Children often face difficult challenges after divorce, and may not be emotionally equipped to understand why their parents separated. When a child’s birthday is on the horizon, they will probably have a mix of feelings. They may feel excited about being one year older and anxious about how their birthday will be celebrated. It is…Read More »
Every divorce case is unique. Some divorces are contentious from the beginning, making litigation nearly impossible to avoid, and some soon-to-be ex-spouses can be amicable. In more cordial situations, the soon-to-be ex-spouses may choose mediation instead of pursuing a traditional divorce route that could involve a substantially larger amount of court time. How Does Divorce…Read More »
Lockdown has been hard for all of us, especially those of us trying to engage and support young children. This massive task can be hardest on single parents who may have little support of their own. Even though Governor Murphy has lifted the official stay-at-home order in New Jersey, some families are still remaining at…Read More »
Congratulations to Katie Stockton for being recognized by Suburban Family magazine’s list of Top Attorneys in their edition of Who’s Who in Family Law.Read More »
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