The old idiom knowledge is power still rings true, especially as it relates to family law. Knowledge is critically important to protect your assets and way of life. Information and planning can provide peace of mind and save you from potential pitfalls and headaches.
This blog is intended to provide you with knowledge and information in order to prepare for some of the more common issues and situations you may encounter. It is important to note that every family and situation is different. The information provided here should not be considered legal advice in your case. Call us today to review the particulars of your situation.
In New Jersey, a Final Restraining Order (FRO) does not expire. It is permanent. If the defendant wants the FRO to cease affecting their lives it must be the defendant
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.