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European Court strikes a blow to parental rights

While this is a European case and NOT a NJ / United States case it present a devastating insight into a Court’s role in balancing the best interests of a child and parental rights.  http://www.msn.com/en-us/news/world/against-his-parents%e2%80%99-wishes-this-terminally-ill-infant-will-be-allowed-to-die/ar-BBDsI95?ocid=spartanntp

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Transgender issues arrive in family court

When people ask me why I chose to practice family law is that it allows me to help families through very difficult times.  Another reason is that family law deals with a wide range of issues that have impacts which … Continue reading

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Resolving your domestic violence case with civil restraints? Be careful of what you ask for!

Domestic violence continues to be a problem throughout NJ.  In many cases, the entry of a Final Restraining Order (FRO) is the best course of action for promoting the ongoing safety of the victim.  However, there are serious implications to … Continue reading

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Log on to Facebook & get served with a lawsuit

Used by millions of people, Facebook is typically used to connect friends and family.  However, in another example of how technology and the law intersect, Facebook can now be uses to connect you with your legal adversaries!  This development is … Continue reading

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Ignoring your divorce won’t make it go away

Dealing with a divorce can be difficult and it is understandable that individuals may feel overwhelmed.  This feeling of being overwhelmed results in some people choosing to ignore the process. Whether this is done due to feelings of denial, frustration, … Continue reading

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