Month: October 2020

Religious Divorce

Religious Divorce, Removal of Barriers Laws and its Impact on Religions in an Ethnically Diverse New Jersey a majority of New Jersey residents identify with a religion. For the religiously devout, a secular divorce can present a problem when an individual wants to thereafter remarry within their faith.  Remarriage may not be simply a civil …

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Dueling Grandparents – Grand Parent’s Custody Rights in New Jersey

When the biological parents are unfit to parent their child, it can place a tremendous burden and accompanying stress on the replacement custodians; often one of the sets of grandparents.  The burden may have just increased with a recently published case (meaning that new law has been created). Essentially, the stresses of having to step …

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