Author Archives: Sandy Durst

About Sandy Durst

Sandy Durst, Esq., is the founding partner of The Durst Firm where he heads the Family Law Department. Individuals facing a divorce benefit from the combination of legal skill, common sense and compassion that Sandy brings to each and every matter. Each case is given the personalized attention it deserves.

Can I seek custody of my grandchild?

From time to time we get inquiries from concerned grandparents asking if they can obtain custody of their grandchildren. Yes, grandparents in New Jersey can seek custody of their grandchildren under certain circumstances. In New Jersey, grandparents can file for … Continue reading

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Always learning.

Today I had the opportunity to serve on this panel presentation with an amazing group of business leaders. Always looking for opportunities to learn how to better The Durst Firm for the benefit of our clients. Click on the link … Continue reading

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Tempers flare in custody cases; often with tragic results.

apple.news/Aw0W-CMiVShGdWoRO75qpww Family law, particularly when child custody and parenting time issues are involved, are emotionally charged periods in one’s life. One of the main responsibilities of an attorney is to work to diffuse the tension and minimize the acrimony. Sadly, … Continue reading

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For Tuesday, February 14, 2024

NJ Courts: All state courts and court facilities will be closed on Tuesday, Feb. 13. All court events and operations will proceed remotely. If you had and in-person appearance for today, check with your attorney on how to proceed.

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New basis for obtaining a restraining order added to NJ domestic violence law

www.nj.com/news/2024/01/coercive-control-is-now-a-form-of-domestic-violence-under-nj-law-heres-what-it-means.html Important changes made to NJ domestic violence law.

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