Benefits of Mediation in Divorce Cases

When handled properly, mediation has a high success rate of resolutions. Bozanian McGregor offers mediation services to those who are going through a divorce. Mediation allows divorcing couples to resolve divorce matters, including child custody, division of property, alimony, and parenting time. Our expert and experienced mediators will help both parties negotiate...

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How Divorce Affects Parents and Children: Enforcement of Child Custody and Parenting Time Orders

Divorce lawyers ensure that the parties’ custody and parenting time arrangements are reduced to a writing that can be enforced by a Court of law. Unfortunately, there are instances in which a parent fails to comply with the parties’...

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How Divorce Affects Parents and Children: Child Custody When Parents Do Not Agree

Unfortunately, not every family is able to reach an agreement as to legal custody, residential custody and/or a parenting time plan. In such cases, the parties are required to seek judicial intervention to determine custody of children.

Each party can submit a separate custody plan for the court to...

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Division of Retirement Accounts

Retirement accounts represent one of the significant assets distributed among couples in a New Jersey divorce.  If you and your spouse are divorcing, funds in a 401k or other retirement accounts to which you have contributed during the marriage are subject to equitable distribution. New Jersey laws address equitable distribution of retirement...

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The Unique Challenges of FD Cases

Non-dissolution family cases, with the docket FD, are defined as litigation involving claims arising out of a non-marital family-type relationship. These cases are treated differently than those of the same category relating to a married couple and have sometimes been referred to by judges as the “Wild West” of family law...

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