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Who can seek a child support modification in New Jersey?

Watch this video to see who is entitled to child support...

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DCPP wants me to prove I did not cause fractures to my child.

My child has several fractures and I don’t know how they got there. DCPP wants me to prove I did not cause them. This video highlights steps you can...

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Focus Your Goals: Your Attention Is Limited

As you review your plans and commitments, you’ll probably quickly be daunted by the scope of what you want to accomplish. For instance, you might want to:   Lose 15 pounds   Switch companies   Fight your allegations   Rebalance your financial plans in the wake a your divorce   You cannot take on all these projects at once. As a Chinese proverb warns: he who chases two...

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Paying Attention to the Problems That Have Your Attention

There are no silver bullets for managing your fractured attention. However, you may find it resourceful to write down your commitments on paper or on a computer document, so that you can process them, organize them, take action on them, and review your list as needed, so that your mind isn’t constantly buzzing.   A Useful Exercise to Get Back Some Control Clear off three or four hours from your...

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Who gets alimony in New Jersey and why?

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Can I sue my DCPP worker?

Watch this video to see if you can sue your DCPP...

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Getting Control of Your Life As You Fight False Allegations

You face no shortages of technical and legal challenges, as someone who stands falsely accused of abusing or neglecting your children. To make headway and to prevent other aspects of your life from going off the rails, you need to think strategically. Restoring your confidence, repairing your family and strengthening your relationships requires more than just winning your case; you must address...

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The Division Wants to “Help” During the Trial? [Be Skeptical]

As your Title 9 case progresses, the division may ask the court to ask to compel you to accept certain “services,” ostensibly to help you, psychologically and otherwise. This offer can be quite the Trojan Horse, however. First of all, unless the court finds that you did engage in abusive or neglectful acts, it can’t “order services” for you, unless you consent. However, the court can order...

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