What You Need to Know About Child Visitation Rights in New Jersey

When children are involved in a divorce, it can add more weight and heartbreak to an already devastating time. New Jersey courts have always aimed to make their decisions based on the best interests of the child. If you have questions or concerns regarding child visitation rights, it is recommended that you retain an experienced […]

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What You Need to Know About Child Custody in New Jersey

There is no single approach to child custody arrangements. Various factors play into these decisions, and they are all for the best interests of the child. It is crucial that these matters are resolved quickly and by knowledgeable New Jersey family law attorneys. Paris P. Eliades Law Firm, LLC is committed to guiding you toward […]

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Can I Win Back Child Custody if I Lost it?

Sometimes, a New Jersey court will deem a parent unfit and this parent will lose custody. Every situation is different, and in many cases, you may still have visitation rights and a relationship with your child. Read on to learn more about earning back custody of your child in the state of New Jersey. How […]

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Types of Adoption Available in New Jersey

Adoption is very exciting, though it can also be complicated. If you are someone seeking an adoption, there are several things you must know before moving forward. Adoption is a document-heavy, and sometimes intrusive process. For example, when you adopt a child, you may be subjected to home visits, background checks, interviews, and more. Additionally, […]

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Prenuptial Agreements in New Jersey

It doesn’t seem natural for a couple to plan for a divorce before they are already married. Not to mention, it isn’t exactly romantic, either. However, planning for divorce may save you and your assets substantially in the future, should you ever get one. While prenuptial agreements may carry a certain stigma, the truth is, […]

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What Happens if I Move out of my Marital Home During a Divorce?

When you are getting a divorce, the emotional and personal differences you and your spouse have are very often augmented while you continue to live with one another. When you and your spouse are enduring the divorce process, which is very often long and grueling, you may feel it is simply impossible to continue cohabitating. […]

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