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  • Collaboratively Trained Team

    The Value Of The Collaboratively Trained Team Monmouth County Family law attorney Anna–Maria Pittella and Dr. William Frankenstein, Ph.D., an independent, licensed psychologist, discuss the value of the collaboratively trained team within the collaborative divorce process. IN THIS EPISODE , YOU’. . .

    11th January,2016

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  • Why Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner May Have Chosen Divorce Mediation

    Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner Divorce Mediation Monmouth County Divorce attorneys Robert E. Goldstein, Esq. and C. Catherine Jannarone, Esq. discuss divorce mediation and why Ben Affleck and Jennifer Garner may have chosen to mediate. View Original Article. . .

    15th August,2018

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  • Suspicions of Child Abuse

    Dealing with Suspicions of Child Abuse by the Other Parent Divorcing parents often struggle emotionally with the reality of having less time with their children; this adjustment is particularly difficult when one parent believes that the other parent is abusing the children. Divorce is a time for ma. . .

    11th October,2017

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  • Craft v Bugbee

    In Craft v. Bugbee a couple with two teenaged children negotiated an agreement concerning their parenting time with the children as part of their divorce.(PTA). The agreement allowed the mother to move to California with the children but it provided that New Jersey would retain jurisdiction over all. . .

    15th August,2018

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  • Supreme Court Adopts: Unified Mental Health Service Provider Privilege

    The New Jersey Supreme Court has adopted a rule that creates a “unified mental health service provider privilege,” which will reorganize the current patchwork of privileges which offer varying degrees of protection to professionals. New Jersey Rule of Evidence 534 will go into effect on . . .

    15th August,2018

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  • Gnall v. Gnall

    In Gnall v Gnall, decided on July 28, 2015, the NJ Supreme Court decided that a trial judge must analyze all of the statutory factors when deciding what type of alimony (unlimited durational; limited duration; rehabilitative; or reimbursement alimony) and for how long alimony should be paid to a dep. . .

    15th August,2018

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