Child Custody and Traveling

While it can be inconvenient at times, it is necessary for divorced parents with custody agreements to take extra steps when they want to bring their child on vacation. New Jersey courts recognize that vacations give children unique opportunities to bond with their parents. As a result, each parent is usually permitted to enjoy reasonable […] Read More

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When Your Child Doesn’t Want to Visit the Other Parent

Divorce proceedings are difficult for children who are usually at the center of custody disputes and arguments between their parents. It’s not uncommon for children to cling to one of their parents during this insecure and tremulous period. When a child expresses a desire to not visit one of the parents, their wishes may or […] Read More

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What To Do When Negotiating A Midweek Shared Custody Schedule

When a couple decides to get divorced and children are involved, it can be difficult for the two parties to come to an agreement without involving a third party. Due to the complicated nature of shared child custody, such decisions are often decided in court. The court always makes its decision with the best interests […] Read More

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Is a Co-Parenting Custody Arrangement Right for You?

If you have questions about whether a co-parenting custody arrangement is right for you, pat yourself on the back. The decision to co-parent after a divorce is rarely an easy one. If your relationship with an ex-partner is contentious, it may be difficult to express confidence in his or her parenting skills. Stresses about financial […] Read More

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