The provisions in the domestic-violence final restraining order granting defendant temporary custody of the parties' children and exclusive possession of the marital home violate the presumption in N
...finding that he misappropriated a divorce litigant's funds. Thomas Forkin claims he was not served with a 2000 court order that split...
While New Jersey acquired exclusive continuing jurisdiction over this family's custody issues with entry of the final judgment of divorce, that has not been lost under N.J.S.A. 2A:34-66, the court ab
New Jersey family courts generally should yield jurisdiction on post-divorce custody issues to the state where the affected child lives and has the most extensive ties, a state appeals court says in
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