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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

Termination of Child Support

Beginning February 1, 2017, the New Jersey Child Support Statute, frequently called the “Termination of Child Support Law” will commence and it will not only apply to new Orders for Read More

5 Things You Should NOT Do During (or After) Your Divorce

Most if not all people going through a divorce experience the emotional setbacks that come with the territory of such a life altering change.  That being said, these emotions, while Read More

Forgiveness In Divorce (In Life)

The healthiest person is the one that forgives as the failure to forgive does nothing but hold us back and result in our minds functioning from a place of anger. Read More

“Splitting Up Together” TV Show Examines Current Divorce Trends

“Splitting Up Together,” a new TV show that recently premiered on ABC, examines current trends in divorce and separation that affect modern parents. The show stars actress Jenna Fischer, formerly Read More

“Family Matters” to Martone Law Group Attorneys

Family law attorney Kelli Martone has built her reputation on a strong foundation of experience, determination, and compassion. She understands that each client and each case is unique, and provide Read More

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