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NJ Divorce and Motion Practice, Alimony, Emancipation, College Expense

Dec 13, 2017 @ 11:34 AM — by Michael Green

DIVORCE AND FAMILY LAW MOTION FOR FLAT FEE

If you have need relief from the Court as to issues of alimony, child relocation, child emancipation, college tuition and expenses, modification of alimony, modification of child support, call our office today at 732-390-0480 or 201-242-1119 for a free consultation.  We can help you with your issues of divorce and issues after divorce, with 20 years of litigation of experience, we will guide you through the issues.  Call us today in our East Brunswick divorce and family law office or our Fort Lee divorce and family law offices.  Ask us about our flat fee schedule for motions.

New Jersey Divorce and Settling PostJudgment Motions Before or After a Plenary Hearing about Child Custody, Child Support or Alimony

Jul 11, 2016 @ 10:07 AM — by Michael Green

New Jersey Divorce and Settling PostJudgment Motions Before or After a Plenary Hearing about Child Custody, Child Support or Alimony.  As I have blogged previously, the Courts in New Jersey divorces these days are ordering more and more plenary hearings, mini-trials, where the parties give testimony under oath and submit evidence as well as present witnesses.  More and more, issues of relocation, child custody, and modifications of alimony are not decided at the filing and hearing of a motion, but are decided after a plenary hearing by a divorce court in the State of New Jersey.  Appellate case law has pushed many Judges in postjudgment motions, motions after judgment of divorce have been entered, to decide that there a burden has been met by the party seeking the relief of the motion that a prima facie case of  "substantial change in circumstance"  has been shown to justify a plenary hearing.