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South Jersey Divorce Lawyers: New Decisions Questions Limitations on Contact with New Paramours

By Drew A. Molotsky, Esq. A family court judge in Ocean County issued a decision on August 3rd which limits the enforcement of restrictions on contact between the child of divorcing parents and the new boyfriend or girlfriend of one of those parents. While this decision does not carry precedential value since it is a […]

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South Jersey Child Support Lawyers: Changes Coming for Child Support Laws?

By Drew Molotsky   A few days ago, on July 23, 2015, the New Jersey State Senate passed a bill that seeks to modify how and when child support is supposed to end.  Most notably, the new bill would allow for automatic termination of child support when the recipient reaches the age of 19.  The […]

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Cherry Hill Divorce Lawyers: Life Changes can Lead to Divorce

All married couples face life changes over the course of a marriage. But few face the devastating stress that Boston Marathon survivor, Rebekah Gregory, and her husband, Pete DiMartino, experienced as a result of the blast. Sadly, the couple is separating less than one year after their wedding. Without knowing all the details of their […]

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South Jersey Child Support Lawyer: Contempt of Child Support Is No Laughing Matter

by Julie R. Freeman-Burick, Esq. A common issue which we often see is the nonpayment of child support. From the recipient’s side, the nonpayment of support can be everything from inconvenient to a devastating financial hardship when that support check is necessary to make ends meet. On the payor’s side, the inability to survive on the remainder of […]

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Cherry Hill Divorce Lawyers Discuss Rebuilding Finances after Divorce

Divorce in itself is difficult to navigate, but after all is said and done, there are still some things to be considered regarding finances.  It is easy to think that if you do not have many assets to divide it is not necessary to have to rebuild and reconfigure financial vehicles.  Estate planning that includes […]

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Cherry Hill Divorce Lawyers:  Children’s Justice Campaign for Child Custody Issues

Television actress, Kelly Rutherford, has played many roles throughout her career, but none has been as dramatic as the one she is currently living in her own personal life.  Rutherford is the mother of two children, ages seven and five.  She divorced their father in 2010 sharing joint legal and physical custody of their children. […]

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Cherry Hill Divorce Lawyers Report: Spousal Illness may Increase Divorce Rate

The national marriage rate is 6.8 per 1,000 people, while the divorce rate is 3.6 per 1,000.  This statistic unveils that roughly half of all marriages end in divorce. Recent studies attempted to hone in on specific circumstances to see how they would affect the divorce rate, more specifically serious illness.  A recent study in […]

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South Jersey Divorce Lawyer Discusses Pregnancy and Divorce

By Alexandra Rigden, Esquire Pregnancy can be a time of great joy for couples, but it can also be a time of tremendous stress. What happens if a couple gets a divorce (or is in the process of divorcing) while the wife is pregnant? There are many unique legal issues raised under these precarious circumstances. […]

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South Jersey Divorce Lawyer: You’ve been served…through Facebook?

By Thomas Roberto, Esq. A New York judge has granted a woman permission to serve divorce papers upon her estranged husband through Facebook. This would appear to mark the first time that service of a divorce complaint and summons has been permitted through a social media platform. In a March 27, 2015, decision, Manhattan Supreme […]

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South Jersey Family Lawyer Discusses Appeals Process

By Ronald Lieberman, Esq. An appeal is not the opportunity to conduct a new trial or hearing. There are no witnesses or testimony taken in an appeal. It is your opportunity to tell a reviewing court called the Appellate Division of the factual and/or legal errors committed by your trial judge. On appeal, a family […]

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