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Family Law
Making the decision to split from your partner is rarely easy, but it can be even more so when you share children. There ways to make divorce easier on your children by working together with your former spouse. Agree to Remain Cooperative One of the best ways to deal with divorce and children is to...
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Finding a great divorce lawyer in New Jersey can be a challenging process. While most people want the divorce to be over as quickly as possible, they also want a lawyer that is going to work hard to protect their interests. There are, however, certain types of attorneys to avoid and especially when your divorce...
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If you are considering divorce in Monmouth County New Jersey, you are likely shopping for a divorce lawyer. Divorce can either be a long, drawn out battle to the death or a quick and relatively painless process that allows you to move on quickly. There are many lawyers out there, and getting the right one...
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This morning the Assembly Judiciary Committee unanimously passed the New Jersey Family Collaborative Law Act. The Bill now waits for votes on the floors of the Senate and the Assembly. Thanks for all of the support and endless hours of work  from members of the Legislative Committee. Thanks also to the Council and  members of...
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Here is a great article that I was interviewed for. http://www.njspotlight.com/stories/14/05/01/collaborative-family-law-helps-takes-litigation-out-of-divorce/
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Divorce terminology can be confusing.  Listed below are definitions of common terms  used in the divorce process.  Plaintiff:  A person who files a Complaint Defendant:  A person who responds to the Complaint Docket:  The number assigned to your case   FM:  Case in which the parties who are married and are seeking to divorce and...
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In New Jersey there is a very high percentage of reported cases with children. In fact, 88% of the reported cases for the period ending June 2013 had children.  Monmouth County had even a higher percentage of cases with children at 90% as did Ocean County.  Collaborative practice is proving to be not just another...
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As the saying goes:  “There is nothing as powerful as an idea whose time has come.”  Well, now is the time for divorcing couples to end their marriage with collaborative divorce.   Why do I believe that a collaborative divorce is a powerful idea whose time has come?  It all goes back to 2004.  I...
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