How to Create a Parenting Plan With Your Ex in the Wake of the Coronavirus

With the new coronavirus seemingly spreading like wildfire, many divorced co-parents are concerned about how quarantines, infections, and more may affect their parenting time agreement. Below, our experienced New Jersey family law attorney has laid out some tips for deciding on a temporary parenting time agreement that works for you both in these uncertain times. […]

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What is a Post-Divorce Modification in New Jersey?

As time goes on in the weeks and months after a divorce, our lives change with it. That is why in New Jersey, many divorced spouses seek to revisit their divorce terms after a significant change in their life takes place. If you require a post-divorce modification, please continue reading and reach out to our […]

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The New Jersey Guide to Child Support

Child support is among the most hotly-contested divorce-related issues, and understandably so. Fortunately, The Law Offices of George J. Mardinly is here to tell you that you do not have to fight the uphill battle alone. Because the divorce process is often overwhelming, we have compiled this guide to child support in the state of […]

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How Do New Jersey Courts Decide Child Custody For Unmarried Parents?

There are few things more important to a parent than raising their child. However, if you were never married, yet you are separating from a partner with whom you have a child, your child’s well-being should be your utmost concern. Please continue reading and reach out to our experienced New Jersey family law attorney to […]

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How Does New Jersey No-Fault Divorce Work?

Divorce is complicated–nobody will argue that. Unfortunately, some divorces are more complicated than others, especially if your spouse is a nasty or particularly unsavory human being. However, before you tell the world about your spouse’s faults, you have several options to consider. Please read on and reach out to our experienced New Jersey family law […]

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