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‘My Ex is a Narcissist’: Co-Parenting with a Difficult Ex Spouse

Whether it is an ex-spouse or an ex-partner, how does one approach a long-time process of co-parenting?  There is no one size fits all solution.  Many problems exist in parenting couples, some of them pre-existed the couple, others developed in the relationship, and others developed after the relationship. Robert Kornitzer explains that his principal job

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Obtaining a GET in New Jersey: Obstacles & Solutions

There is possibly no news item that raises public ire more than perceived institutional injustice against innocent victims; especially when that institution is a religious one. No story has riveted the tabloids more in recent months than the recently concluded trial of the rabbis accused of using illegal pressure tactics to force Jewish men into

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Aliyah is a Noble Goal, but don’t Leave your Kids Behind!

Aliyah is the Hebrew term for Jewish immigration to Israel. While making Aliyah is a legitimate and voluntary immigration process, it should not be used as a means to evade financial responsibilities such as child support. Evading child support obligations is not only unethical but also illegal in many jurisdictions, including the United States.  We

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Co-Parenting with a Difficult Ex Spouse

Summary Take-Away from Webinar Sponsored by the Jewish Link on June 21, 2023.  Moshe Kinderlehrer– Moderator & Jewish Link Publisher in Chief Robert Kornitzer, Esq. – Guest Nadine Castro, PhD – Guest Dealing with clients in a frum Orthodox community requires a lot of confidentiality and boundaries.  Rabbis, lawyers, pharmacists and family lawyers know a

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