No. Unfortunately, divorce is, at least from a lawyer's perspective and the division of assets…
Would the situation be any different if the parent were suffering from a mental health issue such as bi-polar disorder or schizophrenia, rather than an addiction?
If someone doesn’t believe that the children will be safe alone with their ex spouse who is a recovering addict, can that person ask a judge to deny custody or visitation requests?
Is someone entitled to a larger share of marital property if the person’s ex used the family's assets to fund the individual’s addiction?
You really have to think about what the addiction is doing to the relationship between the…
In New Jersey there is no separate grounds for divorce based upon addiction. If you are asserting…
Addiction is not limited to solely drugs and alcohol. It really is the presence of any type of…
Addictions vary from person to person, but you're going to see certain signs come up no matter…
New Jersey family lawyer Allison Williams discusses dealing with addiction during and after divorce, and how addiction impacts financial settlements and custody.
After years of studying the impact of divorce on children, we have discovered that it is the CONFLICT between the parents, not the divorce per se, that is so emotionally traumatic for children.
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