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Jeralyn Lawrence Speaks at NJSBA 2023 Family Law Symposium

  Jeralyn Lawrence was a speaker at the NJSBA Family Law Symposium.  Hundreds of family law attorneys, judges, paralegals and other related professionals attended the New Jersey State Bar Association’s premier family law event at the Hyatt in New Brunswick.

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Jeralyn Lawrence – Speaker in “A Review of the Most Important Family Law Opinions of 2022”

  Jeralyn Lawrence was a speaker at the pre-dinner seminar “A Review of the Most Important Family Law Opinions in 2022” on January 18, at The Pines Manor, 2085 Route 27, Edison as part of a joint dinner meeting with the Middlesex, Union & Somerset County Bar Associations.

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How Social Media Could Impact Your Divorce

Using Social Media During a Divorce Many people may be concerned that social media has had a negative effect on their marriage. However, social media can also have a negative effect on divorce. People who are going through a divorce in New Jersey may keep some key guidelines and tips in mind in order to…

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Co-Parenting Together After Divorce

Protecting Your Children Through Healthy Co-Parenting Divorce is almost always a challenging time for couples. When a relationship comes to an end, it can be an emotionally painful experience, accompanied by anger, hurt or regret. However, when divorcing couples share children, they have an additional factor to consider: How can you co-parent successfully and healthily…

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An Emotionally Healthy Divorce in New Jersey

One of my hardest jobs as a divorce lawyer is managing an angry and bitter client. It always troubles me when a client demands that I get them justice or retribution through the divorce process. It is generally a difficult conversation and contrary to every stereotype believed by the client.  Justice is not always, and…

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