Monthly Archives: March 2017

Becoming A Legal Guardian To Your Adult Child With Autism

When children with autism grow up and become adults, how do their rights and access to services change? In honor of April’s Autism Awareness Month and World Autism Day, let’s a take a look at what happens legally when a … Continue reading

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The State Of Transgender Parents Rights In New Jersey

March 31 is International Transgender Day of Visibility, an annual awareness dedicated to celebrating transgender people and to acknowledge discrimination that still occurs against the transgender community every day. As part of raising awareness, let’s take a look at the … Continue reading

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Transgender Rights: How to Change Your Name & Gender Marker in New Jersey

Friday, March 31 is International Transgender Day of Visibility, an annual awareness day that is dedicated to not only celebrating transgender people but also to bringing attention to the discrimination that transgender people face every day. This year’s theme is … Continue reading

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Dogs & Divorce: Who Gets Custody?

Amy and Josh are going thru a divorce and are, for the most part, amicable. Their one stumbling block to settling their case? Their beloved dog, Max. Max, an English Bulldog, was purchased by Amy prior to the couple getting … Continue reading

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5 Steps to Taking Charge of Your Divorce

It is time for a divorce, but with so many critical decisions looming on the horizon, you can feel more than a little daunted. Your kids, your assets, and your future…are you ready for the road ahead? With so much … Continue reading

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Why A Post-Nuptial Agreement Could Be Good For Your Relationship

If you wish you’d negotiated a prenup before you said “I do,” a post-nuptial agreement may be exactly what you need right now to help you feel more secure about your future – and your relationship. The secret to marital … Continue reading

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Alternatives for Domestic Violence Offers DV Counseling Program For Korean Community

Domestic violence can affect people of all backgrounds and walks of life. But in New Jersey’s Korean community, spousal or partner abuse is of special concern as language barriers and cultural norms may prevent victims for reaching out for the … Continue reading

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Announcing Our New Union County Divorce & Family Law Offices

We are pleased to announce the opening of our new divorce and family law offices in Union County! Centrally located in Cranford, our new offices are now open and accepting clients.

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How To Keep Details Of Your Divorce From Reaching Your Kids’ Ears

Kids should be told when their parents decide to divorce, of course, because this relationship status change impacts their lives too, and sometimes most of all. But how many details about their parents’ divorce do kids really need? A surprising … Continue reading

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Complex Child Custody: How Is “Tri-Custody” Awarded?

Can a child ever have three legal parents? Yes! As modern family configurations continue to evolve and shift, a growing number of courts are awarding “tri-custody,” or shared legal and physical custody of a child split three ways. What circumstances … Continue reading

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