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Kelli M. Martone, Esquire Named as a “Best Lawyers for Families” for 2019

Congratulations to Kelli M. Martone Esq. the managing partner of the Martone Law Group in Haddon Heights, New Jersey for being selected by New Jersey Family Magazine as being the Read More

Choosing the Right Divorce Lawyer

The divorce process can be challenging in and of itself.  Going through a divorce requires most people to make significant choices and decisions about almost every area of their life Read More

Children’s Bill of Rights in Divorce

We the children of divorcing parents, in order to form a more perfect union, establish justice, insure domestic tranquility, provide for the common defense, promote the general welfare, and secure Read More

A SURVIVAL GUIDE FOR THE DIVORCED PERSON ON THE MOST DREADED HALLMARK HOLIDAY OF THE YEAR: VALENTINE’S DAY.

A SURVIVAL GUIDE FOR THE DIVORCED PERSON ON THE MOST DREADED HALLMARK HOLIDAY OF THE YEAR: VALENTINE’S DAY. Valentine’s Day can be difficult and dreaded by many people.  Married couples or Read More

Consequences of a Restraining Order

Defendants in cases of Domestic Violence (hearings on a request for a Final Restraining Order) sometimes have the mistaken belief that the consequences of a Final Restraining Order are not Read More

Child Custody

Child Custody:  The Basics Divorce and the process of going through a divorce, is one of the most stressful experiences a person can go through.  Compounding this stress is the issue of Read More

Driving While Intoxicated Penalties In NJ Could Change Soon: How This Affects You

The primary concern most people have after they are charged with driving while intoxicated (DWI) in New Jersey is whether they will lose their driver’s licenses, and if so, for Read More

Will Marijuana Soon Be Legal in New Jersey? Hearings Set for This Week

The proposed bill, entitled “New Jersey Cannabis Regulatory and Expungement Aid Modernization Act,” would legalize the possession and personal use of one ounce or less of marijuana for people at Read More

Could Your NJ DWI Conviction Be Tossed? State Trooper Accused of Lying May Impact Thousands of Cases

More than 20,000 people could be affected by a recent New Jersey Supreme Court ruling regarding the validity of their driving while intoxicated (DWI) convictions.  Sgt. Marc Dennis of the Read More

Enjoying The Holidays During a Custody Dispute

Thanksgiving starts a very busy season for many divorce and custody lawyers and sparks challenges for many families, especially those embroiled in child custody disputes. Sometimes it is the first Read More

Holiday Parenting Time Schedule

Holiday Parenting Time Schedule COURT APPROVED HOLIDAY PARENTING TIME SCHEDULEThe following holidays shall be alternated between the parties each year. Unless otherwise indicated those holidays shall run from 10:00 to 7:30 Read More

Putting Your Children First During Divorce Proceedings – NOT After

Emotions get the best of everyone during a divorce. Divorce is a significant change in a family dynamic that impacts families both emotionally and financially.  Although, parents struggle through divorce Read More

Reunification or Isolation and Alineation In Matters of Abuse and Neglect

Reunification, or Isolation and Alienation in Abuse and Neglect Matters   Parental Rights are fundamental rights and therefore entitled to the highest level of protection under the United States Constitution and New Read More

Charged with a DWI and Feeling Hopeless? Dismissals in New Jersey are Actually on the Rise

Although the consequences of being charged with driving while intoxicated (DWI) are incredibly serious and life-altering, you should never assume that there is nothing an attorney can do for you Read More

Is Marijuana Now Legal in New Jersey? Here’s What You Need to Know

I have been asked more than a few times recently: is marijuana now legal in New Jersey?  In my opinion, the confusion about the legality of marijuana in New Jersey Read More

Parental Alienation: What are my rights?

Parental alienation is a reality in many family law matters and although it is a phrase which is often thrown around by the media, by celebrities, and even by family Read More

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