Monthly Archives: January 2017

Why Bashing Your Ex Is Bad For Your Children…And How To Stop Yourself

Wonder what children of divorce hate more than almost anything? Hearing their parents bad-mouth each other. Ex-bashing is such a common problem among divorced couples, in fact, that warnings against it are written into standard custody orders. Here’s a boilerplate … Continue reading

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The Divorce Diet: 3 Tips To Cope With Stress

Sudden weight loss is such a common side effect of divorce that the phenomenon has been given its own moniker: the “Divorce Diet.” Although you may welcome shedding a few pounds, a precipitous drop in weight is not healthy – … Continue reading

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Receive Child Support? Here’s What New Jersey’s New Child Support Termination Law Means For You

As of Feburary 1, 2017, a new New Jersey child support law establishes that a parent’s obligation to pay support terminates upon the child’s nineteenth birthday, unless certain factors are present. Are you the parent who receives child support? Here … Continue reading

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What Does New Jersey’s New Child Support Termination Law Mean For You?

In New Jersey, a new child support termination statute goes into effect on February 1, 2017. The new law dramatically impacts when and how child support orders issued in the state come to an end. Are you a parent who … Continue reading

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Pay Child Support? Here’s How New Jersey’s New Child Support Termination Law Affects You

Effective February 1, 2017, New Jersey’s new emancipation statute will dramatically impact when and how child support orders terminate. Have a child nearing the newly established child support cut-off age of 19? Find out what this new law means for … Continue reading

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High Conflict Divorce: 5 Tips For Gaining Peace of Mind With a Controlling Ex

Trapped in a high conflict divorce with  an intrusive ex-spouse who thinks you can do nothing right? Are their attempts to manage the way you spend child support or parent the kids making you feel like you’re living in a … Continue reading

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Governor Christie Signs Expansion to SASPA Act for Sexual Assault Survivors

Earlier this month, Governor Chris Christie singed a bill into law that expands the coverage of the fairly new Sexual Assault Survivors Protection Act. SASPA, as it more commonly called, became law here in New Jersey in May of 2016. … Continue reading

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Governor Christie Signs Domestic Violence Gun Bill that Enhances Current Protections

Earlier this month, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie signed a bill that limits access to firearms for domestic violence offenders. How will this change current domestic violence gun laws on the books? 

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How to Defend Yourself In A Domestic Violence Matter

You have found yourself in the position of defending against a final restraining order being entered against you. A trial has been scheduled and you are naturally concerned. What is important to prioritize in making a strong defense?

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Repairing Your Marriage After Infidelity

According to a 2016 study, infidelity occurs in 41 percent of marriages, and of that amount, 31% actually survive the affair. So what can you do to increase the odds that your post-affair marriage is one of the ones that … Continue reading

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