Category Archives: Parenting Time

Rita Aquilio Moderates Custody and Parenting Time During COVID-19 Pandemic Webinar

Rita Aquilio, a divorce and family law attorney with Lawrence Law, will moderate a webinar entitled “Advising Clients as to Custody and Parenting Time During COVID-19 Pandemic”. Aquilio will moderate an esteemed panel including Magistrate Stephanie Matalon, 17th District Family Courts, Florida; Sahmra Stevenson, Esq., family law attorney in Maryland; and Eshigo Okasili, Esq., family…

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Marriage Story, the Movie, Troubled Me

Several weeks ago, I watched the movie, Marriage Story.  During the movie, I was troubled by the unfolding story. Those feelings remained with me for weeks. I have thought about the movie almost every day since seeing it and why it bothered me so much. First, the wife bamboozled her husband. His son was essentially…

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Jeralyn Lawrence Quoted on NJ.com About COVID-19

On March 28, 2020, Jeralyn Lawrence was quoted on NJ.com in an article What divorced people need to know about the coronavirus stimulus package. Lawrence, of Lawrence Law, comments on financial issues related to parties who are already divorced and those who are currently in the process of divorcing. She also comments on custody and…

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Divorcing Police Officers Face Unique Parenting Time Issues

Divorcing police officers and firefighters, like other clients, face a multitude of issues.  For most parties, the paramount concern is custody and parenting time when there are children born of the marriage. For most parents who work “9 to 5” jobs, there will be a traditional custody and parenting time arrangement.  This agreement is either…

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What About The Family Dog!? Asked a Divorced Parent

For many of our clients, a family dog is an integral and beloved part of the family. They provide ample love and support.  We couldn’t possibly imagine having to part ways with a pet as a result of a separation or divorce. This is especially true for our client’s with children who have grown attached…

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The Role of a Parent Coordinator in Custody Issues

Custody and parenting time issues are highly contentious and hotly contested in many New Jersey divorce cases.  Because of this, a Parent Coordinator can serve divorcing parties well by assisting them in trying to resolve their issues. Often times when either the parties agree or the Court enters an Order regarding same, a Parent Coordinator…

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