4 Reasons to Modify Alimony in New Jersey

Four Reasons to Reevaluate an Alimony Obligation in New Jersey We have previously discussed New Jersey’s alimony reform movement.  Today I wanted to discuss alimony modification under current New Jersey law.   If you have been involved in a divorce case in
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When Your Snow Day Goes Bad

Liability for Snowy New Jersey Sidewalks, Parking Lots and Driveways It’s not even technically winter yet but New Jersey has already experienced its fair share of wintry weather. Parts of the state have already received over one foot of snow in the
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Grandparent Rights Remain Limited

New NJ Appellate Case Reminds Litigants, Attorneys that Grandparent Visitation is Difficult (But Not Impossible) to Secure Family Courts readily concede that grandparents (and extended family members generally) are an important part of any child’s early development. For example, New Jersey’s family courts
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What Will “Move” the Family Judge?

Rationale Behind Unreported New Family Part Custody Decision Could Help New Jersey Parents Seeking to Relocate Out-of-State Last April, we extensively discussed the basic New Jersey legal standards involved when one custodial parent tries to relocate the child(ren) outside of New Jersey
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