How To Help Your Children Through A Divorce

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In many cases, divorces are ugly and messy. Helping your children through it is definitely not easy but it is necessary if you want your them to grow up properly. Here at Romanowski Law Offices, we have a well-trained and experienced attorney in Mr. Curtis J. Romanowski. A seasoned and professional family law attorney such…

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Introducing Child Custody In New Jersey

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One of the most difficult parts of divorce is figuring out child custody arrangements. In some cases, court battles between exes can get downright ugly. One of the most unfortunate parts of that is the fact that children are exposed to the anger, stress, and strife caused by the parental figures in their life disagreeing…

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Understanding Restraining Orders In New Jersey

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Understanding Restraining Orders In New Jersey

Domestic violence happens to both women and men from all walks of life. Commonly referred to as restraining orders, New Jersey provides protective court orders to safeguard the victims. Domestic violence victims need a line of defense. The first step is to admit what’s happening and decide to do something about it. By filing for…

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Why Should You Hire Child Custody Litigation Experts?

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Why Should You Hire Child Custody Litigation Experts?

Fighting in court for custody of your child is never an easy situation to deal with. However, if you happen to be in the midst of a messy divorce, then it might be unavoidable. Here at Romanowski Law Offices, Curtis J. Romanowski has years of experience in the legal field and specializes in family law…

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NJ Grounds for Divorce

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In 2007, the New Jersey legislature adopted a law allowing for “no-fault” divorce. Today, most divorces are filed on no-fault grounds. The no-fault divorce law provides important benefits for spouses seeking to end their marriage, and, while fault-based options still exist in New Jersey, they are generally only used under exceptional circumstances. Even so, if…

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Understanding Equitable Distribution in NJ

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New Jersey is an equitable distribution state. Unlike community property states (where, in many cases, “marital property” is split equally in a divorce), in equitable distribution states, marital property is split according to what a judge deems “fair” under the circumstances. Fair does not necessarily mean equal, and determining your property rights in a divorce…

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The Recent NJ Alimony Statute – What it Means

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On September 10, 2014, Governor Chris Christie signed the New Jersey Alimony Reform Act into law. The Alimony Reform Act served as a significant amendment to New Jersey’s prior alimony statute, which were viewed by some as outdated and out of touch with contemporary notions of what is fair and equitable in a divorce. Major…

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