Category Archives: Family Law

How the Best Interests Test Works

The Best Interests of the Child Test in New Jersey The concept of best interests of the children actually comes from a United Nations Convention, and it’s applied in all states. Beyond that, many people don’t know what it means. Below is an explanation of the test and how it is used in New Jersey…

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Are Divorces Actually Becoming More Civil Because of the Pandemic?

Is the Pandemic Changing the Way That People Divorce? Only about 2-3 % of divorce cases end up going to trial. However, even among the 92-98% that avoid a court hearing, there is often rancor and bitterness that plague the relationship between the spouses. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has caused at least some change that…

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Jeralyn Lawrence Best Lawyers Lawyer of the Year 2021

  Lawrence Law, LLC is pleased to announce that the firm’s Managing Member & Founder, Jeralyn L. Lawrence, has once again been recognized by Best Lawyers® for Lawyer of the Year in Family Law Mediation. Congratulations, Jeralyn!  

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Steps to Take If Quarantining Is Straining Your Marriage

How to Make Sure Your Marriage Survives the COVID-19 Quarantine and the Need For a Divorce Attorney Marriage is rarely easy and requires spouses to work at it to ensure that the union thrives and survives. In the U.S., the average length of a marriage is approximately eight years, which means to remain together for…

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Jeralyn Lawrence Answers on NJ.com

Can I get my child’s father to pay back child support from his pension? Good question. See how Jeralyn Lawrence answers it here …https://1l.ink/3R68MBH

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Jeralyn Lawrence Published on NJMoneyHelp.com

The definitions of “parenthood” and “family” continue to evolve. Today, it is not uncommon for a child to have a parent-child relationship with someone other than the biological parents. As the needs of children change, and as society changes, so does the law surrounding custody and parenting time. Read more in Jeralyn’s article: A modern…

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