Category Archives: Visitation

Why COVID-19 Might Not Be a Good Reason to Deny Parenting Time

How COVID-19 Might Impact Parenting Time As of August 2020, over 150,000 Americans have died because of COVID-19. While evidence suggests that children are at a lower risk of experiencing symptoms of the illness, this is not always the case. There is also a possibility that they will acquire the illness and spread it to…

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COVID-19 Pandemic has an Impact on Family Law

I am receiving an increasing number of calls from concerned clients about the impact of COVID-19 on their family law matters. Concern #1 is their parenting time. We are near a time when self-quarantining is a reality. This is an incredibly important measure to keep our families healthy and safe. Emerging are instances where one…

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Custody and Parenting Time in New Jersey

Often in a divorce, the main area in dispute is custody and parenting time of a child. Litigants can spend months of their lives and thousands of dollars fighting over their child. Types of Custody and Parenting Time There are two different types of custody – legal custody and residential custody. With regard to legal…

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In a New Jersey Divorce, Who Gets the Pets?

In New Jersey, there is limited case law addressing who keeps the family pets after a divorce. Just because there is limited case law, does not mean there are not disputes and issues when it comes to Poochie. As of now, New Jersey courts view and treat pets as personal property and not a custodial…

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Grandparent Visitation in New Jersey

Recently, a judge I appeared before summed up the status of grandparent visitation in New Jersey. He said if a grandparent wants visitation and the parent says “jump,” the grandparents’ response should be “how high?” Sad, but true, this is the current sentiment of grandparent rights in New Jersey. A fit parent has a fundamental…

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