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 people in relationships often dread the holiday because of the pressure to show “love “on what is just an ordinary day designed to force…

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 holiday having to share the children or alternate the children’s schedule, sometimes it’s because of fear that the other parent will not abide a previously entered agreement…

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 themselves, barely keeping their own heads above, water, it is important to  recognize the needs of the children during the divorce proceedings equally if not more than their post divorce needs.  Not…

Child Protection & Permanency

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 Jersey Constitution.  Despite this protection, it appears that well too often in matters involving  abuse and neglect or matters which in involve  the…