Monthly Archives: August 2016

Can Co-Parenting After Divorce Really Work?

Last week, Big Bang actress Mayim Bialik released a YouTube video simply titled “Divorce.” In the video, the mother of two young boys “addresses what life is really like in a post-divorce world,” and how she manages co-parenting with her … Continue reading

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Supporting Your Transgendered Child: What Happens When Divorced Parents Disagree?

Parents play a very important role in a gender-expansive and transgendered child’s life. As research shows, supportive parenting can significantly affect the transgendered child’s ability to have a positive outlook on their lives, their mental health and their self-esteem. On … Continue reading

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Chris Rock Divorce: Psychological Parent Theory in New Jersey

Does Chris Rock owe child support for a child from South Africa he and his now ex-wife welcomed into their family while they were married, but never adopted?

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Are Celebrity Divorces in New Jersey Different?

When we were able to read Chris Rock’s divorce complaint that was filed in New Jersey in December of 2014, there didn’t seem to be novel or groundbreaking issues raised or allegations made. There was standard language regarding the couples’ … Continue reading

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5 Unexpectedly Wonderful Things About Life After Divorce

Divorce. It is emotionally wrenching. It is physically exhausting. And, it can be financially draining. But, divorce, for all the bad it can be, can leave you a happier, healthier and all-around better person. While it may not seem so … Continue reading

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Ways to Achieve a Lower Cost Divorce: Mediation and Other Alternative Dispute Resolutions

If couples wish, they can certainly spend thousands and thousands of dollars on a long, drawn-out and exhausting divorce. But, why would anyone want to do this?

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Follow Custody Rules On Moving Out of State With Your Child Or Face The Consequences

Our world is constantly changing, and as a result, people live much different lives today than they did even twenty or thirty years ago. More and more parents are relocating out of state for many reasons: family, employment, and schooling. … Continue reading

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Divorced Co-Parenting: When Your Kids Meet Your Ex’s New Partner

Many divorced co-parents come to their family law attorneys with the same concern: “My ex is allowing his/her new partner to be around our children. Can I restrict my child’s exposure to the new boyfriend or girlfriend? Do I have … Continue reading

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Want to Burn Your Assets on the Altar of Ego? Have a Litigated Divorce!

Ah, the contested divorce. Everyone involved is angry, hurt, feeling betrayed and watching their wallets get smaller and smaller as their cases drag on longer and longer. Every word spoken is misinterpreted and used as fuel for yet another fire. … Continue reading

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Safeguarding Your Privacy in Divorce: Keeping it Offline

We have all seen gory details of peoples’ relationships plastered all over social media. We have witnessed arguments and name-calling on Facebook. Someone always knows someone whose divorce was made even more painful by later-regretted posts, pictures or even hijacked … Continue reading

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