How to Overcome Court Delays in Your New Jersey Divorce Through Binding Arbitration

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How to Overcome Court Delays in Your New Jersey Divorce Through Binding Arbitration
Divorce proceedings in New Jersey, like many legal processes, are fraught with complexities and delays. These delays can stem from a variety of factors, not only prolonging the emotional stress experienced by individuals but also escalating the financial burden on all parties involved. In seeking a more efficient path through this challenging time, binding arbitration emerges as a compelling alternative…
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The First Steps in Getting Started With Divorce in NJ
Divorce can be a difficult and emotional process, but taking the right steps from the beginning can help make the process smoother and less stressful. If you’re considering divorce in New Jersey, it’s important to understand the steps involved to make the process as smooth as possible. Step 1: Find a Divorce Attorney The first and most important step in…
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Am I Allowed to Modify My Child Custody Agreement?
Child custody is often the most divisive issue in any family law matter. Hopefully, parents will be able to reach a child custody agreement that works best for their family and allows each parent to maintain a close, loving relationship with their child or children. However, parents’ and children’s lives will change over time, which at some point may necessitate…
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4 Tips for Sharing Child Custody on Halloween
When separated or divorced parents are putting together their parenting plan, they may negotiate custody or parenting time for holidays such as Easter, Thanksgiving, or Christmas. However, Halloween is another holiday that is important to many children that may get overlooked by co-parents. If the October holiday is not addressed in your and your ex’s parenting plan, there are tips…
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