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How does COVID-19 restrictions affect my visitation case?
Post On Jun. 16, 2020

For both custodial and non custodial cases; the COVID-19 protocols can make an otherwise clear visitation schedule, very confusing....

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Michigan Custody and Parenting Time During COVID-19
Post On May 18, 2020

A guide to parenting time in Michigan during COVID-19. Michigan Stay Home Order On March 23, 2020, in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, Michigan Governor Whitmer issued Executive Order 2020-21 which was a “Stay Home-Stay Safe” order requiring Michigan residents to shelter in place and restrict trav...

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Parents Struggle With Shared Custody During Coronavirus Pandemic
Post On Apr. 27, 2020

Some states say parents should follow their normal custody schedule, but there’s no road map for the current situation. What Does Texas Law Say? Texas family law attorney Susan Myres recently advised a couple struggling to keep their shared custody schedule during the coronavirus pandemic. The fathe...

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Court Guidance on Parenting Procedures During COVID-19 Pandemic
Post On Apr. 14, 2020

As the impact of the COVID-19 Global Pandemic rages on, divorced/separated parents continue to struggle to balance the need to follow their instituted parenting plans or historical time-sharing routines, against their parental judgment to protect their children from any possible exposure. Broward Co...

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New Battle for Those on Coronavirus Front Lines: Child Custody
Post On Apr. 13, 2020

Doctors, firefighters and others who risk exposure to COVID-19 are being taken to court by ex-spouses who want to keep them away from their children. A Story of a New Jersey Physician Last month, Dr. Bertha Mayorquin, a New Jersey physician, told her soon-to-be ex-husband that there was a change in ...

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COVID-19: Child Custody Possession Schedule Under Shelter-In-Place Order In Texas
Post On Apr. 08, 2020

Mary E. Ramos, Board Certified in Family law explains how to handle child custody visitation and access amid the COVID-19 crisis....

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Child Custody during COVID
Post On Apr. 05, 2020

Parents everywhere are very concerned about how to best protect their child while abiding by the existing Court Order. What if the other parent and I cannot agree on a temporary modification? The Court Order still controls ... but ... can you and the other parent agree to modify the terms and the sc...

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Sharing Custody of Children During COVID-19
Post On Apr. 02, 2020

Leaders from the American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers (AAML) and AFCC have released guidelines for co-parenting during the COVID-19 pandemic. BE HEALTHY Comply with all CDC and local and state guidelines and model good behavior for your children with intensive hand washing, wiping down surfaces a...

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How to share your children with a co-parent during COVID-19 outbreak
Post On Mar. 27, 2020

Sharing your children can be a challenge even without the pandemic of COVID-19. Here are some tips to help you figure out the best way to co-parent during this difficult time. Adapt your current plan. A number of factors may have recently changed, including school closing, job lay offs, "shelter at ...

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COVID-19 – School Closures & Child Custody Matters
Post On Mar. 26, 2020

On March 23, 2020, through Executive Order, Governor Northam ordered statewide closures of all schools (K-12) for the remainder of the academic year. Here is a guide to ensure our children are least impacted by custody and visitation issues that may present themselves during the pandemic response. R...

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Parenting Time and Covid-19 (Coronavirus)
Post On Mar. 25, 2020

During the COVID-19 pandemic, parents are scrambling to find ways to deal with parenting schedules and the risks involved. If your child is subject to a parenting plan, the issues can be very complicated and often require a review of your particular circumstances. Often parents must work together t ...

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HOW WILL NEW JERSEY SUPPORT OBLIGATIONS BE AFFECTED BY COVID-19
Post On Mar. 23, 2020

My colleague Vito Colasurdo, Esq., counsel, wrote a recent blog blog. Most of us are living in isolation. It is now cool to be a hermit and the most common words currently being used are “social-distancing” and “self-quarantine.” Who will be impacted by Covid-19 The workforce was equally inflicted b...

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Seven Guidelines for Divorced/Separated Parents During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Post On Mar. 23, 2020

Amidst the current pandemic, we have several words of advice and guidelines for parents that are divorced or separated that also share custody of their children. Things to Practice We understand it’s a scary time and as we continue to find that this will be the situation in the coming weeks, it’s im...

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Co-Parenting in Crisis
Post On Mar. 23, 2020

Advice for dealing with parenting access during the Corona Viris Crisis. Tips for Co-Parenting during the Corona Virus Emergency The Corona Virus or Covid-19 pandemic is a unique event for everyone. No one could have anticipated that most of the world would be under travel restrictions for an extend...

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How can I remove something on my CORI that is not true. Its causing a headache in my life
Asked in Methuen,  MA Aug. 13, 2015 ,  9 Answers

There is something on my CORI that is preventing me from taking custody of a couple of kids. How can I get this removed so that I can go forward with this. I dont even know what it is, all I know is that it says something like I am a danger to kids or something along that line. I have never been in ...

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Family Law in Nebraska (Part 4)
Post On Apr. 22, 2015

Adoption Adoption is the transferring of parental rights from the biological parents to an adoptive parent or parents. By adopting a child, the adoptive parents assume all the rights and responsibilities they would have had if the child had been born to them. The adoption procedure varies based on f...

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Facebook is NOT your Friend (in court that is)
Post On Feb. 03, 2013

The Issue Social media is increasingly being used in both civil and criminal trials. A party's own statements are not hearsay, so as long as they are relevant (not a difficult standard), they are generally admissible. Before we were posting our every thought, feeling, and feud online for everyone to...

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CHILD PROTECTIVE SERVICES (CPS) TERMS
Post On Jan. 11, 2012

Child Protective Services Terms If you are going through a CPS case, you will hear many words that you won't understand. Below are terms defined to help you understand what you may be hearing as you go through your case. Most of these terms can be found in North Carolina’s Juvenile Code: N.C. Genera...

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Rhode Island Divorce: Cheating - Abuse - Drugs- Gambling- Alcoholism- Verbal abuse
Post On Apr. 19, 2010

Rhode Island is a "no fault state". Does that mean the assets are always divided 50% to the wife and 50% to the husband in a divorce? No. A no fault divorce in Rhode Island simply means that a fault grounds are not necessary in order to obtain a divorce in Rhode Island. In other words, all the parti...

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