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Disagreements Between Parents in Vaccinating Their Children Against the Coronavirus

Disagreements Between Parents in Vaccinating Their Children Against the Coronavirus

Posted August 13, 2021 in Family Law

In general, the term custody refers to the authority and responsibility to care for and maintain a child as well as control a child’s upbringing. In New Jersey, custody is broken down into two components, legal custody and physical custody. Physical custody means the physical care and supervision of a child. This includes attending to […]

Brian Budic to Present on Family and Personal Injury Law

Brian Budic to Present on Family and Personal Injury Law

Posted June 14, 2021 in Family Law, News, Personal Injury

On June 30, 2021, Brian Budic, a partner with Florio Perrucci Steinhardt Cappelli Tipton & Taylor LLC, will present at the New Jersey Association for Justice Boardwalk Seminar® 2021. Budic will present Family Law, Equitable Distribution, and Support Considerations for Personal Injury Clients as part of the event’s Rising Star program. This virtual event will […]

Don’t Just Search “New Jersey Divorce Lawyer Near Me”

Don’t Just Search “New Jersey Divorce Lawyer Near Me”

Posted May 18, 2021 in Family Law

Looking for an attorney can be an incredibly stressful time – especially if you need to hire a divorce lawyer. When people look for a bankruptcy attorney, or a real estate attorney, they normally ask people they trust for a recommendation. With the potential embarrassment some people may feel about needing to consult with a […]

Grandparent Visitation Rights in New Jersey

Grandparent Visitation Rights in New Jersey

Posted April 2, 2021 in Family Law

By Brian Budic, Esq. New Jersey Courts have long recognized the unquantifiable benefits of a relationship between children and their grandparents.  Specifically, a New Jersey Supreme Court decision stated “[a] very special relationship often arises and continues between grandparents and grandchildren. The tensions and conflicts which commonly mar relations between parents and children are often […]

Parenting Decisions During a Pandemic: In-Person vs. Remote Instruction

Parenting Decisions During a Pandemic: In-Person vs. Remote Instruction

Posted November 13, 2020 in Education Law, Family Law

Despite a recent rise in coronavirus cases across the State of New Jersey, Governor Phil Murphy has now stated that he has no immediate plans to order schools to close. Therefore, Executive Order 175 remains in full force and effect. Execute Order 175 expressly delegates the decision whether to provide in-person instruction, full-time remote instruction, […]

Seeking Protection Under New Jersey’s Prevention of Domestic Violence Act

Seeking Protection Under New Jersey’s Prevention of Domestic Violence Act

Posted September 2, 2020 in Family Law

As stay-at-home orders became widespread across the country as a result of COVID-19 earlier this year, there was extensive speculation that an increase in incidents of domestic violence would soon follow. Many based this theory on the reality that individuals would be occupying the same limited space within the home, with nowhere else to go, […]

Summer Vacation Parenting Time Considerations for Divorced or Separated Parents

Summer Vacation Parenting Time Considerations for Divorced or Separated Parents

Posted July 11, 2020 in Family Law

Generally, New Jersey Superior Court Judges find that it is in a child’s best interest to spend time vacationing with both parents. Accordingly, the allowance for each party to exercise vacation time is frequently set forth in either a Property Settlement Agreement or Court Order. In New Jersey, it is quite common for a Court […]

What’s in a Name? Name Changes of Children in New Jersey Family Court

What’s in a Name? Name Changes of Children in New Jersey Family Court

Posted June 9, 2020 in Family Law

In matters involving unmarried parents, New Jersey Courts have adopted a presumption in favor of the surname chosen by the custodial parent. Gubernat v. Deremer, 140 N.J. 120, 144 (1995). However, in adopting that presumption, the Court expressly stated, “we readily envision circumstances in which the presumption could be rebutted.” Id. “The non-custodial parent bears […]

Establishing Custody Orders in New Jersey

Establishing Custody Orders in New Jersey

Posted May 20, 2020 in Family Law

In the State of New Jersey, it is a well-established principle that the “primary and overarching consideration” for Courts in making a decision with respect to child custody is the best interests of the child. Generally speaking, it is in a child’s best interest to have both parents involved in the child’s life to the […]

Child Support Obligations and the Loss of Employment Due to COVID-19

Child Support Obligations and the Loss of Employment Due to COVID-19

Posted April 29, 2020 in Family Law

The current unemployment numbers as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic are staggering. For those individuals who have been lucky enough to maintain their employment through the current health crisis, many have seen their income significantly reduced as a result of cost-saving measures by employers concerned with the long-term survival of their businesses. While some […]

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