Top 10 Strategies for Successful Post-Divorce Co-Parenting With a High-Conflict Ex

January 20, 2021

Top 10 Strategies for Successful Post-Divorce Co-Parenting With a High-Conflict Ex

Strategies for Successful Co-Parenting With a High-Conflict Ex 10 Ways to Achieve Post-Divorce Co-Parenting Success with a High-Conflict Ex The destructive nature of child custody disputes and the long-term adverse consequences of parental conflict on children’s mental health can be frustrating and disheartening for those friends and family members who are often unable to help

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Child Custody Attorney Providing Clients with Strategies to Fight Parental Alienation

November 13, 2020

Combatting Parental Alienation

How to Combat Parental Alienation in an NJ Custody Dispute A family’s challenge following separation is to transition from an intact family structure to a separated family structure that is now united by the children and by the continuing parental roles and shared bonds of affection with the child. Sometimes the emotional reactions and psychological

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Coparenting Vrs Pararell Parenting in High Conflict Divorce Cases

August 6, 2020

When Co-parenting is Impossible, Try Parallel Parenting

Coparenting Vrs Pararell Parenting in High Conflict Divorce Cases Co-parenting can take many different forms depending on the individual. When a couple with children divorces, there is much more to be navigated than the division of assets and a custody arrangement. Where children are involved, separation is only the legal end to a marriage; it

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Child Custody Attorneys Advising on Vacation & Visitation Schedules in COVID-19 Times

July 22, 2020

Reducing COVID-19’s Impact on NJ Child Custody Vacation & Visitation Schedules

Child Custody Attorneys Advising on Vacation & Visitation Schedules During COVID-19 It is time to start talking with your co-parent about child custody modifications or negotiating alternative holiday and special-day visitation schedules. As summer transitions towards Fall and schools discuss re-opening, COVID-19 shelter-in-place orders, business shutdowns, and civil unrest have prevented many parents who have

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Co-parenting and Custody issues in Pandemic Times in Ocean and Monmouth County NJ

June 29, 2020

COVID-19 Co-Parenting Crisis Planning

COVID-19 Co-Parenting Crisis Planning: Name a Temporary Guardian & Have a Child Power of Attorney It could be that up till the COVID-19 pandemic, the relationship between the co-parents was amicable and not a high-conflict custody matter. With no clear end to the current COVID-19 lockdown in New Jersey, many grandparents or co-parents who have

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Parental Alienation Attorney Monmouth and Ocean County NJ

June 10, 2020

Parental Alienation: How it can affect child support and college payment

Parental Alienation Impacts Child Support and College Payment Monmouth and Ocean County NJ Today, we’re going to focus on alienation as it specifically affects a divorced parent’s legal responsibility to help their child pay for college expenses. During this groundbreaking time of the Coronavirus pandemic, co-parents everywhere are navigating new challenges to parenting time agreements

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June 2, 2020

Divorce Strategy Tips: Time-Saving Secrets if You Want a NJ Divorce

Saving Time in your Monmouth and Ocean County Divorce Attorney Peter Bronzio, Esquire has been helping clients and their families in and across Monmouth County to reach effective resolutions in divorce proceedings. From filing to final decree, the average divorce in New Jersey takes about 12 months. As a complicated life-altering legal matter that can

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Brick Family and Child Custody Lawyers  

October 31, 2019

Dating as a Single Parent: You, Your Kids and Your Significant Other

Dating as a Single Parent Reviewed by Brick Child Custody Lawyers Advising Clients in towns throughout Ocean County towns such as Toms River, Wall, Point Pleasant, Asbury Park, Spring Lake, Brick, and all of Eastern New Jersey Dating can be empowering and boost one’s self-esteem when compared to the unappreciated, undesired and out of control

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