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Category: Child Visitation

Do Grandparents Have Visitation Rights in New Jersey?

Grandparents play a key role in a child’s life. A grandparent can be a trusted source of love, support, wisdom, and guidance. In fact, in some families, grandparents take over …

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What are Grandparents’ Visitation Rights in New Jersey?

The United States divorce rate is approximately 2.7 per thousand annually. When the breakdown of a family occurs, whether due to divorce, separation, or the death of a spouse, the …

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Guardian Ad Litem in New Jersey

A guardian ad litem (GAL) is a special representative appointed by the court to act on behalf of another party. It could be for an infant or minor or another …

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Work Schedules and Child Custody

After a divorce, sharing custody of the children can be complicated, especially if both parents are working. Shuttling children to and from activities and between homes while holding down a …

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Why Using the Our Family Wizard Calendar Can Help Co-Parent Better

Raising children with someone you are no longer in a relationship with will require the coordination of multiple schedules, including both parents and the child(ren). Each parent’s schedule likely includes …

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Splitting Up Together

There’s a new show on television called “Splitting Up Together”.  It’s about a couple with three children who decide to get divorced but continue to parent their children on an …

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Child Relocation Standard Rewritten by New Jersey Supreme Court

In the recent child relocation court case of Bisbing vs. Bisbing, decided on August 8, 2017, the New Jersey Supreme Court overturned a 16-year-old precedent that was used to determine …

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The Dog Ate My Homework

When a Non-Custodial Parent Fails to Help Their Child With Homework During Mid-Week Parenting Time The old saying, “My dog ate my homework” may work for a child, but in …

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Difference Between Legal and Physical Custody

A parent is said to have physical custody when he or she has actual, physical custody of marital children on a day-to-day basis. In other words, the child and parent …

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Benefits of Overnight with Dad

When the children of divorce are in their infant or toddler years, mothers often worry that joint custody arrangements will have a negative effect on their bonds with the children. …

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