Legal Articles, Child Custody

The Basics of Child Custody in New Jersey

The basic definitions of child custody concepts in New Jersey child custody disputes

Consequences of A Restraining Order

The legal consequences of a Final Restraining Order

Jeff T. Gorman Law Offices

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We’re Getting Divorced in California but Who Gets the Dog?

AB 2274, Quirk. Division of community property: pet animals.

3 Lessons to Learn from Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’ Divorce

3 Lessons to Learn from Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos’ Divorce

It's Not About contempt... it's about what's best for the parties and children

CanLii Cited Case on Custody and how Judicial examination of facts can demonstrate an alternative to Contempt Motions

Let's Talk About: Filing For Divorce

There can be many reasons why a married couple would consider divorce, whether it be due to the actions or inactions of one of the spouses or whether both spouses agree to terminate the marriage. To file for divorce in South Carolina, the filing partner, or Plaintiff, must be a resident of the state for at least one year (However, when both spouses reside in the state, the Plaintiff must be a resident for three months).

A Divorce Timeline

A Divorce Timeline

How Long is Alimony Paid After a Divorce?

A common question during a divorce is, “How long is alimony paid after a divorce?”

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