Category Archives: Child Custody

4 Child Custody Concerns in New Jersey

4 Child Custody Concerns in New Jersey Tanya Freeman

Divorce is a very sad time, especially when children are involved. You may feel scared, isolated, and unsettled. You may have heard child custody can be a battle and you don’t want it to affect your children’s lives. If you have concerns, you are certainly not alone. Here is some information to ease your child […]

Child Custody in New Jersey

Child Custody in New Jersey

The process of determining child custody is complicated, and in more acrimonious divorces, custody can serve as a wedge issue. In most cases, both parents want the children to live with them as much as possible. An even split, however, is rarely achievable, and parents must seek a compromise rather than an all-or-nothing arrangement in […]

New Jersey Child Custody and Support Guide

New Jersey Child Custody and Support Guide

Family matters involving your children are some of the hardest situations you may end up dealing with. The New Jersey Child Custody and Support Guide was created by New Jersey Family Law Attorney Tanya Freeman to help parents understand the complexities of child support and child custody. We offer a free consultation, give our office […]

Putting the Children First in Divorce

Putting the Children First in Divorce

Creative Solutions to Custody for Holidays, Weekends, Travel, and More When a husband and wife decide to divorce, their decisions rarely affect themselves alone. Though the divorce may be in the best interests of all parties, they are dismantling a nuclear family – that decision will ripple through the rest of their family and their […]

3 Child Custody Issues to Take Care of Early On

3 Child Custody Issues to Take Care of Early On

When going through a divorce with children, your focus is all on them.  Read this informative blog by Attorney Tanya Freeman to learn what child custody issues you need to take care of early on. Download Our Free Child Custody and Support Guide In all my years, if there is one thing I have learned, […]

Handling Private Schools After Divorce

New Jersey Divorce Attorney

Download Our Free Child Custody and Support Guide Parents that are getting divorced that have their children enrolled in private schools have additional considerations. How long has that child been in the private school? Has it just been one year? Has this child matriculated, and they’re now in the 10th grade, and it would be […]

New Jersey Child Custody Lawyer Will Help You Pick the Best Custody Option for Your Family

New Jersey Child Custody Lawyer

What is the Best Child Custody Option for My Family? Custody of the children is one of the most difficult topics a divorce lawyer discusses with their clients, including which of several different custody arrangements will work best for that specific family. New Jersey generally focuses on two types of custody – legal and physical […]

Relocating to Another State with the Children

Hudson County Child Custody Lawyer

Can I Move Out of State with My Kids? Sometimes, a client will ask me as a Hudson County Child Custody Lawyer, “What happens if I want to leave the State of New Jersey after I’ve been divorced?” Relocating outside the jurisdiction with minor children is one of the most difficult challenges family law attorneys […]

Traveling Internationally with Children

New Jersey Child Custody Attorney

Can I Travel to Another Country with My Children? I am often asked as a New Jersey Child Custody Attorney, if one parent can travel to another country with the children.  What if one spouse wants to travel internationally – either during or at the conclusion of the divorce. This is often a strenuously litigated […]

Essex County Family Law Attorney Discusses Extracurricular Activities for Children

New Jersey Divorce Attorney

Which Parent Pays for Our Child’s After School Activities? As a Essex County Family Law Attorney, I often get questions from clients about handling the extracurricular activities of the children. When parents are getting divorced, the children need to be a focal point in the process. Extracurricular activities are not something that’s included in the basic […]