DCPP/DYFS (The Dangers Of An Accusation)

DCPP/DYFS (The Dangers Of An Accusation)

The Division of Child Protection and Permanency (formerly DYFS) is a regulatory body in New Jersey that can legally separate you and your children. If there has been a DCPP case opened against you with allegations of child abuse, you must contact a family law attorney right away. Accusations of abuse can even be anonymous […]

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How Do I Get A Divorce?

How Do I Get A Divorce?

No one gets married with the intention of getting a divorce. A couple who is planning a wedding can spend months searching for the right venue, the right dress, the right color scheme, the right caterer and more. When someone decides they need a divorce it’s a very different situation – it’s not joyous and […]

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Can I Keep My Home?

Can I Keep My Home?

The largest asset most people own is their home. Not only is it the most expensive item most people will ever purchase or own, it often is the most cherished item. After all, home is where the heart is. Unfortunately, when parties get divorced the marital home is just another asset to be divided. This […]

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Tips for Divorce Court: What You Can Expect

Tips for Divorce Court: What You Can Expect

Your experience in divorce court depends on where you are in your case. The Edens Law Group handles many kinds of divorce cases, both contested and uncontested. No matter what the case, at some point you will stand before a judge in a divorce court. Mediation and Divorce Court If you have gone through the […]

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A Resource for Victims of Domestic Violence

A Resource for Victims of Domestic Violence

Do you feel unsafe in your own home and do not know where to turn? JBWS legal advocates are available to support people in need of legal protection from domestic violence.  Our legal advocates are available to meet with clients at the Superior Courthouse in Morristown or at the Morris Family Justice Center (MFJC) in […]

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Divorce, Vacations and Passports

Divorce, Vacations and Passports

A surprisingly hot topic after divorce is the issue of children’s passports. If parties settle their divorce and enter into a settlement agreement typically the issue of vacations has been resolved. Of course, there are always the cases that aren’t resolved through settlement and are litigated. Issues surrounding children’s passports arise in both settled cases […]

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School Is Out–Now What?

School Is Out–Now What?

We all loved summer vacation as a child. As an adult it’s a little more stressful. If you work full time you have to figure out where the children are going to be while you work. If you are a divorced parent even the thought of summer vacation can induce a panic attack. Everything can […]

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How to Stay Safe During a Domestic Violence Case

How to Stay Safe During a Domestic Violence Case

When you have been the victim of domestic violence, you may be concerned about how your spouse or partner will react to your attempt to terminate the relationship. By its nature, this is a very emotional process, so it’s important to protect yourself as you try to get free. Determine if You Need a Protective […]

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The Necessity of Restraining Orders

The Necessity of Restraining Orders

Has your spouse or significant other been violent with you or your children? If your answer is yes, you need to contract an attorney or legal services immediately to apply for a Restraining Order. Restraining Orders restrict a person from contacting or coming within a certain distance of another person for a specific amount of […]

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