What You Should Know About Parental Alienation Syndrome (PAS)

Domestic matters, such as divorce and custody disputes can make life difficult for both parents and children. However, it is typically the children who suffer the most as they are undergoing a Continue Reading

The Role of Fault in a New Jersey Divorce

Despite laws in many states (including New Jersey) suggesting the contrary, it is rare to come across a divorce case in which there is not some fault on the part of one spouse, the other, or both Continue Reading

Grandparent Rights in New Jersey

Grandchildren are a delight to grandparents. Some grandparents will frequently travel hundreds of miles every few weeks or regularly spend hundreds of dollars on airfare in order to see their Continue Reading

Deviating from the New Jersey Child Support Guidelines

There was a time in the not-too- distant past that child support orders varied widely from one state to another. Even cases decided by the same court involving similar facts could result in child Continue Reading

Misconceptions About Child Custody in New Jersey

Parents who are either divorcing or separating for the first time often come to court (or their attorneys’ offices) with more questions than answers and more misconceptions than accurate Continue Reading

How New Jersey Courts Determine Physical Custody

When you and the other parent of your child separate or divorce, a court may be called upon to determine with which parent your child will primarily reside. Contrary to popular misconceptions, the Continue Reading

What is Parental Kidnapping?

Earlier this month a Florida mother accused of kidnapping her child was captured by officials.  In this very unfortunate turn of events, we examine the topic of parental kidnapping and the Continue Reading

Dividing Property Fairly

Eventually couples who split arrive at the day when finances and property must be divided fairly.  Marital property is composed of much more than the cash sitting in a savings account or the equity in Continue Reading

Tips to keep summer with your kids fun and conflict free!

Sunshine, swimming pools, and trips to the beach often mean summer break is here. No school, new routines, and families adjusting to longer days and later morning. Summer break also means that Continue Reading

Financial Planning for College

This time of year graduation celebrations are at the top of mind for many families. It is also time to address the financial responsibility of your graduate’s higher education. As costs rise, it is Continue Reading