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How do I get my child back if we never had custody papers?

How do I get my child back if we never had custody papers?

How do I get my child back if we never had custody papers? Our attorney, Jamie N. Berger, is a Co-Founder of Jacobs Berger, LLC. Jamie practices exclusively in family law and was admitted to the New Jersey bar in 2006 and is a member of the New Jersey State Bar Family Law Section. In the …

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Can Supervised Visitation be Part of Our Custody Agreement?

Can Supervised Visitation be Part of Our Custody Agreement?

Can Supervised Visitation be Part of a Morris County NJ Custody Agreement? Amy L. Miller joined Jacobs Berger, LLC as a Partner in 2017 and continues to focus solely on family law issues.  Amy’s practice is in the area of family law including divorce,  mediation,  custody, visitation, alimony, and domestic violence. In this video, Amy gives an introduction to Supervised …

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Morris County Custody Attorneys discuss10 Signs of Parental Alienation

Signs of Parental Alienation

Morris County Custody Attorneys discuss 10 Signs of Parental Alienation Read on to learn about 10 signs of parental alienation and take note if any of them reflect your present personal experience. Divorce is never easy, and when children and custody issues are involved, divorce becomes even more complicated and emotionally charged. Some divorced parents …

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Get in Touch  with a Morris County NJ Parental Alienation and Family Law Attorney

The Signs of Parental Alienation and Using the Law to Fight Back

Morristown Parental Alienation Attorneys: Are you being undermined? Parental alienation is the often silent and ugly hidden face of divorce. Put plainly; parental alienation is when one parent consciously or unconsciously undermines and interferes with a child’s relationships with the other parent. Some of the most common examples that define parental alienation are one parent …

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Stay in touch with a Morris County NJ Parenting and Custody Attorney during Quarantine

Co-Parenting and Shared Custody during COVID-19

Morris County NJ Parenting Time and Custody Attorney during Quarantine Read on to learn how best to navigate this trying time of raising children with an ex or other co-parent, and keep your family safe. The time of the COVID-19 pandemic is an unstable time in our collective history. The instability and stress that are …

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Can I Move out of the State with my child/children?

Can I Move out of the State with my child/children?

Child Custody and Relocation Attorneys in Morris County New Jersey With more than 10 years of experience practicing law throughout the State of New Jersey and co-founder of Jacobs Berger, Sarah J. Jacobs, Esq has developed a concentration in litigation involving child custody and relocation issues. She has also actively contributed with articles in different …

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Unmarried, Non-biological, and Third Party Parents' Rights Attorneys Morris County NJ

Child Custody and Visitation Rights for Unmarried, Non-Biological and Third Party Parents?

Unmarried, Non-biological, and Third-Party Parents’ Rights Attorneys Morris County NJ Providing Quality Counsel to Child Custody clients in Morris County Communities such as Morristown, Madison, Randolph, Denville, and across Northern New Jersey. Our Certified Matrimonial Law Attorney Sarah J. Jacobs gives us a detailed insight of important matters when it comes to visitation rights and …

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Another Victory for Same-Sex Parents: Out-of-State Adoption Judgments Must be Honored

A custody battle that reached the highest court in our country has come to an end, and the parental rights of an adoptive parent have been restored after the Supreme Court of Alabama held that a Judgment of adoption from Georgia was not valid in their state. Why did this case garner national attention and …

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