We start off with the premise that both parents are entitled to equal time with their children.
We now see instances where parents have shared custody on a greater frequency.
Children need stability. Jumping from one house to another everyday isn’t always in your child’s best interests. There are some schedules that have been developed that are better for children.
Factors need to be addressed, including where you will be living, where your children will be going to school, their ages, your ability to address their needs, and that goes back to your work schedule.
Alimony is often one of the most contentious matters of a divorce. As a result, there are times that alimony payments may need to be enforced. Read on to learn more. What are the different types of alimony? Limited-duration alimony: Generally, if you were in a short-duration marriage, the court… Read More
When a couple gets divorced, there are a number of matters to work out. Many couples work hard to agree upon the terms of their divorce and find solutions that work best for all parties. But, as time passes and things change, these agreements may no longer work. When this… Read More
When it comes to divorce, many couples assume litigation and mediation are their only options. The truth is, there are a number of different ways to get divorced in New Jersey. Read on to learn about your various options: Litigated Divorce Many couples get divorced through the process of litigation.… Read More
Divorce is an incredibly emotional and difficult process. This is especially true when there are children involved. But, there are other parties that may be impacted as well. In fact, divorce can be hard on grandparents. If you are a grandparent, you may be wondering how a divorce may impact… Read More