While current New Jersey law does not require a divorcing spouse to retain an attorney, it is wise to hire one. Even amicable divorces can sour as the case proceeds, and irreparable consequences can occur without parties having proper legal representation. Retaining a skilled divorce attorney can help safeguard your best interests and ensure that […]
What if A Parent Violates the Custody Agreement?
Co-parenting is challenging, even in the most amicable situations. A successful parenting plan requires organization, finite scheduling, creativity, and patience. A difficult situation is only made worse when one parent violates the terms of the custody agreement. What Types of Actions are Considered Violations of the Custody Agreement? Parenting plans are instituted so children are […]
What Are the Risks of Representing Myself in My Divorce?
When going through a divorce, some people consider representing themselves for various reasons – one of the most common being the misconception that doing so will save them money. However, representing yourself could cost you far more in the end as navigating the legal process can be tricky. A variety of mistakes can happen when […]
Can I Change My Child Support Amount?
Current New Jersey law requires that both parents support their children, regardless of their marital status. In many cases, one parent is deemed the Parent of Primary Residence (PPR), with whom the child or children reside the majority of the time. Typically, the non-custodial parent, or the Parent of Alternate Residence (PAR), pays child support […]