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Although joint custody agreements are often detailed, issues can arise following the finalization of a divorce. For instance, choosing a new school or changing the current school of your child is typically a choice that is made by both parents in a joint... Read More

The court must consider several factors when calculating the amount of child support someone must pay each month to the child’s custodial parent such as the income of the defendant, income of the custodian and, most importantly, the needs of the child.... Read More

According to the Prevention of Domestic Violence Act, N.J.S.A. 2C:25-17, a victim of domestic violence can seek and maintain confidentiality of his or her whereabouts in regard to the abuser. This right is confirmed when the abuser is handed a final restraining... Read More