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January 2019 Archives

Will the divorce of a friend make you likely to divorce?

Most married couples have other couples whom they spend time with. Whether it is a sibling and their spouse or just good friends, it's natural for spouses to have couple friends. That can make socializing more fun for everyone because there are no so-called "third wheels" when two or more couples hang out together.

New Special Victims Unit to help victims of domestic violence

In an ideal world, no one would ever have to suffer at the hands of someone they love and trust. Unfortunately, for many people here in New Jersey, that is exactly the hardship they face. Domestic violence can leave long lasting scars that are physical, emotional and mental. Victims of all ages often suffer in silence, unsure of how to get help. Residents in nearby Gloucester County are now one step closer to justice as a new Special Victims Unit there has been unveiled.

Man's civil suit against police related to child custody

Parents here in New Jersey who are not in a relationship but who share custody of their children have many issues they need to address. Many child custody orders contain guidelines for who will take care of the children and when, for visitation and for financial support. If these orders are not followed, it can give a parent legal trouble and also negatively affect the children involved. Sometimes parents have two different stories regarding the fulfillment of or failure to comply with a custody order. One recent out-of-state case shows just that situation.

Amazon CEO in process of high asset divorce

Divorce is a reality for many New Jersey families. and it can happen to all ages, races and classes. Nowhere is that more obvious than in the recent divorce announcement of Amazon CEO and founder, Jeff Bezos. The ending of his 25-year marriage to his wife, Mackenzie, is a prime example of how a high asset divorce can have different circumstances than other divorces.

Man jailed over delinquent payments in child support agreement

Marriages here in New Jersey end for all kinds of reasons, but when children are involved, it is important that they are continue to receive care. Often, this means that one parent will make child support payments to another parent. Though it is essential to do so, it can be a financial strain, especially if the parent making payments experiences a change in his or her income. A recent out-of-state case involving a father who fell significantly behind on his child support payments can serve as a warning to other parents who may be worried about delinquent payments.

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