When will the judge hear my N.J. family court motion?

By Matt Rooney _ Planning ahead is important, and family court is certainly no exception to the rule. Unless you can meet the stringent threshold for an emergent motion, your New Jersey family court motion could take a month or longer to work its way from your attorney’s office’s mail bin to an actual hearing […]

Parenting Time for the Jewish Holidays

Guidance When Navigating the Most Sensitive of Parenting Time Conflicts Everyone at DeMichele & DeMichele extends the very best wishes to our friends, colleagues and clients celebrating celebrating Rosh Hashanah. L’Shanah Tovah! While the holidays are typically a time for fun and family, unfortunately, many of our clients find it’s a time of difficult decisions, confrontations, […]

Kids Have Rights in Divorce, Too!

The Children’s Bill of Rights: Designed to Keep Your Kids from Becoming Forgotten Victims of Your Divorce The weather is getting cooler, your kids are back in school and the holidays – as hard as it is to believe – are right around the corner. That means family law attorneys spend significant amounts of time […]

Breastfeeding and Parenting Time

Is Breastfeeding in Your Child’s Best Interest? New Jersey Has No Official Position But It May Factor Into Your Custody Dispute Breastfeeding has evolved into a somewhat controversial topic in recent years for a host of reasons. The formula vs. natural milk debate is ongoing, objections to public breastfeeding crop up continually and, as of […]

5 Halloween Parenting Tips After Divorce

Ways to Keep the Spookiest of All Holidays from Turning Into a Nightmare for Your Kids Another Halloween is only days away. It’s one of the most thrilling holidays on the calendar for children; adults typically enjoy it, too, but things can get scary very quickly without the proper planning. This is especially true for […]

Don’t Wait for Christmas Commercials: Request Holiday Time Early!

Planning Your Ideal Holiday Demands Extra Forethought in the Post-Divorce Reality I know it’s only September 6th. You’re still dusting beach sand off of your sandals, the backyard pool isn’t closed yet and haunted hayrides are still at least one month away. But as this morning’s unseasonably cool weather should remind you, folks, the autumn […]

Holiday Parenting Time in New Jersey

Who Gets to Share Which Holiday with the Children? We have previously addressed holiday parenting time in the context of divorce and separation.  See Fall is Here, Act Now to Avoid Holiday Parenting Time Trouble!  The year end brings religious and non religious holidays coupled with time off from work and school.  Combine all these elements and the result can be turmoil for separated parents. New Jersey family law courts start with the […]

Dealing with Divorce During the Holiday Season

  Parenting Time During the Holidays There’s no more difficult time of the calendar year to grapple with divorce than the holiday season. This major life transition is naturally complicated when children are involved. Divorce often results in a much more complicated holiday schedule than pre-divorce families are usually accustomed. As we’ve discussed before here on […]

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