Tag Archives: New Jersey family courts

Jeralyn Lawrence Podcast Interview by Suzi Hixon of Legally Blissed Conversations

In this podcast episode, Legally Blissed Conversations interviews Jeralyn Lawrence, the Managing Member and Founder of Lawrence Law, who devotes her litigation practice to matrimonial, divorce, and family law, and is a trained collaborative lawyer, divorce mediator, and arbitrator. With an astounding list of awards and recognition behind her, Jeralyn continues to lead the way…

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Lack of Judges is ‘destroying children and families’ Says NJ Bar Association

  Jeralyn Lawrence was interviewed by Branda Flanagan of Update New Jersey.  “What we’re trying to convey here is, this is beyond crisis. This is catastrophic. Real people are being harmed here.” New Jersey State Bar Association President Jeralyn Lawrence pulled no punches, describing the state’s judicial vacuum as a historic lack of judges —…

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High-Conflict Divorce and Narcissists

Divorcing a Narcissist Divorce can often be challenging for anyone in New Jersey, even when the end of the marriage is relatively amicable. It remains not only an emotional challenge but also a significant legal, financial and practical time of transition. The regular difficulties associated with divorce can be exacerbated, however, when one of the…

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Why Is Life Insurance Needed in a Divorce?

Life Insurance and Divorce While few people may think about life insurance when considering a New Jersey divorce, it can be an important part of the details of a settlement agreement or the divorce decree. Life insurance may be addressed as part of negotiations with your family lawyers, and it may also be ordered by…

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New Jersey Child Custody and Cannabis Use

How Could Marijuana Affect Your Child Custody Case? New Jersey parents may be concerned about how cannabis consumption could affect their child custody case, especially after the marijuana legalization legislation that went into effect in 2021. While substance use or abuse may be considered by the family courts when determining child custody and parental rights,…

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