Welcome to Fox Rothschild’s new and improved New Jersey Family Legal Blog.  You will now receive information and perspective on New Jersey family law issues from the family law attorneys in our firm throughout the state.

The contributors to this blog will be Eric S. Solotoff, Robert A. Epstein and Sandra C. Fava from the Roseland office; Jennifer Weisberg Millner from the Princeton office; and Apple Sulit-Peralejo from the Atlantic City office. The New Jersey attorneys from Fox Rothschild’s Family Law Group handle matrimonial and family law matters throughout the entire State of New Jersey. We hope that we can impart to the reader useful information based upon our collective experience.

We plan to provide information on on topics such as alimony, child support, custody, parenting time, divorce, equitable distribution, prenuptial agreements, domestic violence, grandparents visitation, and offer useful tips for readers. This blog can be used as a resource for individuals with New Jersey family law questions and advisors whose clients may encounter family law issues. If there are any topics that you would like us to blog on, do not hesitate to contact us.

We intend on making this an excellent resource for individuals with New Jersey family law questions and advisors whose clients may encounter family law issues. We hope that you will check back often. If there are any topics that you would like us to blog on, do not hesitate to send me an email.  In addition, you can subscribe to our blog.  By doing so, you will get an email when new content is posted.  To subscribe, follow the instructions on the right hand side of the screen.

 

One Response to Our New And Improved New Jersey Family Law Blog

I have been divorced since 5-16-07, and originally seperated in 11-01-05. My ex-wife and I have joint custody of my now 5 yo son. She has the custodial side of the deal. She was diagnosed Bipolar in May 2002. She stopped taken Meds and declared herself cured. Needless to say this ultimately ended the marriage. Since being out of my house, she has run several men in and out of my sons life. His attendance record has been horriable, She moved him to three different homes and two different schools in the last month alone. He has started to hit himself, and made comments about wanting to be out of his body. There is much more that I could say here. She has had three DYFS cases against her. Only one by me, and that was after this last go around. What do I need to do here. What information / evidence do I need to put together to persuade a Judge . Financially, I have one shot at saving my son from this horriable environment. What case law is out there that will help me out here?

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