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Category: Child Custody

Will Being in Therapy Hurt You in Your Bid to Be the Parent of Primary Residence?

Family Law Legal Help in Somerville, New Jersey It’s a common sentiment but it’s true — divorce can be one of the most difficult times of your life. The divorce case that isn’t emotionally trying is very rare. For this reason, parents going through divorce often seek assistance from a mental health professional. Getting help …

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The Division of Child Protection and Permanency (formerly known as DYFS) Has Contacted You. What Should You Do?

Divorce and Family Law Legal Help in Somerville, New Jersey When the Division of Child Protection and Permanency (DCPP) notifies you that it is investigating the welfare of your child or children, there is only one first step to take in response. Contact an experienced family law attorney. Why? The stakes are high. A DCPP …

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Divorce, Children’s College Costs and New Jersey Law: What Are Your Rights As a Parent?

Family Law Legal Help in Somerville, New Jersey If you are a parent in New Jersey, you likely know that our state is one of the few that can require parents to pay for their kids’ college costs and even for graduate school. Parents’ legal responsibility to pay college costs can remain in place during …

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Theresa A. Lyons, Esq. appointed to Board of Trustees for SAFE in Hunterdon

Terry Lyons is proud and humbled to announce her recent appointment to the Board of Trustees for SAFE in Hunterdon. For over 30 years, SAFE has worked tirelessly “to empower adult and child survivors of domestic and sexual abuse, while collaborating with our community to prevent violence and create positive social change.” Terry will serve …

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Woodbridge Divorce Lawyers: Life after Divorce and the Option of Relocation for Parents

Relocation of a child when one parent wants to move out of state is a tough issue, but the right lawyers can help. For divorced or separated parties who share a child, they quickly come to realize ties to their ex-partner are not as removed as they hoped. Particularly, and most common, for parties who …

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Veterans Day

In honor of Veterans Day, to all the men and women who have served our country, we will be making a donation to the Wounded Warrier’s Fund. Also, for the entire month of November, any person who has served, and is in need of our services, will receive a free consultation and 25% off their …

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Your Role in a Custody Evaluation in New Jersey

If you are considering filing for divorce, or are already a party to divorce, and there are minor children, your primary concern will likely be custody of your minor children. In New Jersey, the court may appoint a custody evaluator to review your situation and make recommendations to the judge. In most instances, the judge …

Continue Reading…

Will Being in Therapy Hurt You in Your Bid to Be the Parent of Primary Residence?

Family Law Legal Help in Somerville, New Jersey It’s a common sentiment but it’s true — divorce can be one of the most difficult times of your life. The divorce case that isn’t emotionally trying is very rare. For this reason, parents going through divorce often seek assistance from a mental health professional. Getting help …

Continue Reading…

The Division of Child Protection and Permanency (formerly known as DYFS) Has Contacted You. What Should You Do?

Divorce and Family Law Legal Help in Somerville, New Jersey When the Division of Child Protection and Permanency (DCPP) notifies you that it is investigating the welfare of your child or children, there is only one first step to take in response. Contact an experienced family law attorney. Why? The stakes are high. A DCPP …

Continue Reading…

Divorce, Children’s College Costs and New Jersey Law: What Are Your Rights As a Parent?

Family Law Legal Help in Somerville, New Jersey If you are a parent in New Jersey, you likely know that our state is one of the few that can require parents to pay for their kids’ college costs and even for graduate school. Parents’ legal responsibility to pay college costs can remain in place during …

Continue Reading…

Theresa A. Lyons, Esq. appointed to Board of Trustees for SAFE in Hunterdon

Terry Lyons is proud and humbled to announce her recent appointment to the Board of Trustees for SAFE in Hunterdon. For over 30 years, SAFE has worked tirelessly “to empower adult and child survivors of domestic and sexual abuse, while collaborating with our community to prevent violence and create positive social change.” Terry will serve …

Continue Reading…

Woodbridge Divorce Lawyers: Life after Divorce and the Option of Relocation for Parents

Relocation of a child when one parent wants to move out of state is a tough issue, but the right lawyers can help. For divorced or separated parties who share a child, they quickly come to realize ties to their ex-partner are not as removed as they hoped. Particularly, and most common, for parties who …

Continue Reading…

Veterans Day

In honor of Veterans Day, to all the men and women who have served our country, we will be making a donation to the Wounded Warrier’s Fund. Also, for the entire month of November, any person who has served, and is in need of our services, will receive a free consultation and 25% off their …

Continue Reading…

Your Role in a Custody Evaluation in New Jersey

If you are considering filing for divorce, or are already a party to divorce, and there are minor children, your primary concern will likely be custody of your minor children. In New Jersey, the court may appoint a custody evaluator to review your situation and make recommendations to the judge. In most instances, the judge …

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