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March 2018 Archives

Infant taken from mother during child custody dispute

Sadly, one mother in another state experienced many mothers' worst nightmare. Her newborn child was taken from her arms without warning, and she is now in a child custody dispute with her own mother. New Jersey families with similar custody issues may be interested in the details of her circumstances.

Amicable child custody terms are possible

A divorce is emotionally difficult and affects more than the couple involved. Not only are extended family often invested and affected by the relationship, but many couples must consider the best interest of any children shared between them when ending a marriage. New Jersey parents may be interested to learn that some child custody agreements have been changing in recent years to better fit the needs of children.

Can New Jersey couples predict their divorce?

When a couple is busy planning a wedding, they are likely giddy with excitement. The last thing on most engaged couple's minds is the possibility of a divorce in the future, but for many couples, it is a potential reality. New Jersey couples who are considering getting married may be interested in recent studies that may be able to predict a future divorce.

Dog bite attacks can cause serious injuries and mental anguish

People love to assume that dogs are friendly unless they are overtly growling, barking or showing their teeth. They may tell themselves that dogs only bite humans in self defense or to defend a beloved human. In reality, many people end up hurt after a dog attacks and bites them without provocation.

High asset divorce for couple married 70 years

Divorce, wealth and affairs often are the backbone of stories for television or movies, but they are a reality for many couples. While scandals in a marriage can make a good plot line in Hollywood, it can result in stress, pain and heartache for real couples. New Jersey married couples may be interested in the high asset divorce of one couple in another state and the reason they are still in court finalizing their divorce.

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