Sam Stoia - Thursday, November 08, 2018
For a brief moment, you can’t help to think back to the magic of your wedding day. No doubt you were certain that you’d met the man or woman of your dreams. However, things meant to last an eternity can also end sooner than envisioned. As you prepare for your first meeting with a divorce lawyer (http://www.stoialaw.com/divorce), you should know what to expect. In the first place, what’s the reason you ..
Sam Stoia - Friday, October 19, 2018
Without a doubt, technology has changed the playing field. Some suspicious husbands and wives employ private detectives to seemingly catch their significant others up to no good. However, a great many take on the task themselves. It might interest you how cheaters ultimately get caught by their spouses. Meanwhile, there’s something you should know. It’s absolutely true that infidelity can be named as a reas ..
Sam Stoia - Monday, October 15, 2018
Medical marijuana was signed into law in the State of New Jersey in 2010. If you follow the local news, it appears that recreational cannabis will be available within the next few months. Meanwhile, you may wonder what all this means to you if you’re going through a divorce. Even if you’re using it legally, could smoking pot have any impact on what happens with your children during a divorce? For years, it ..
Sam Stoia - Friday, October 05, 2018
More than likely, you already understand the premise of child support. Its intent is to ensure your children are financially cared for until a date determined for the court. Emancipation may come at different ages. However, you may wonder what happens to child support obligations for a disabled child. NJSA 2A:17-56.67 (https://law.justia.com/codes/new-jersey/2017/title-2a/section-2a-17-56.67/) offers some insight about ..
Sam Stoia - Thursday, September 27, 2018
There’s something to be said about what comes out of the mouths of babes. When announcing parental separation, children have their own version of the transpiring events. Some will even proclaim that they themselves are getting divorced. Nothing should be further from the truth. When things seem impossible for your family’s future, it might make sense to consider retaining a parenting/custody expert. No doub ..
Sam Stoia - Thursday, September 20, 2018
It’s not necessarily an issue when parents stay together. However, custody and parenting time present their fair share of challenges. The best interests of the children are no doubt critical. In some cases, this could mean restricting parents from relocating – even within the state of New Jersey. You may already know that the New Jersey statutes specifically address removing a child from the state. NJSA 9:2 ..
Sam Stoia - Monday, September 17, 2018
It’s not just an old expression. Some parents really do stay together for the sake of their children. However, that’s not necessarily in anyone’s best interests. No matter how hard conflicted spouses attempt to hide their issues, the children are almost always aware that love is lost. That’s not to say that it’s impossible to avoid some of the struggles of divorcing parents. No doubt no on ..
Sam Stoia - Friday, September 14, 2018
When it comes down to it, you and your child’s other parent are quite different. Whether you are married or unmarried, this may be the basis for your split. This doesn’t make either of you bad people – or bad parents. However, the differences in your parenting styles may necessitate the appointment of a guardian ad litem. On first appearance, it may seem a bit disconcerting. You know your child is car ..
Sam Stoia - Thursday, September 13, 2018
Just about every parent has a different view on paying for their children’s college education. For couples who stay together, the choice is often one made together. Some parents decide to fund the entire experience. Others can simply not afford to do so – or feel that their children should financially make their own contributions. Meanwhile, things change when parents divorce and decide to go their separate wa ..
Sam Stoia - Monday, September 10, 2018
To say you’ve had it, would be an understatement. After all, it’s not like your spouse pays attention to paying bills on time. Or, shows up for important events. It isn’t a surprise at all. So, what happens if your spouse ignores your divorce complaint? When it comes to stressful situations, divorce only follows only one other major life event. No doubt that the deaths of a spouse or child represent t ..
- Be Prepared: Your First Meeting with a Divorce Lawyer
- How Cheaters Get Caught By Their Spouses
- Can Marijuana Use Impact What Happens With Your Children in a Divorce?
- Child Support Obligations for Disabled Child: An Interesting Case
- How a Parenting/Custody Expert Can Help Your Family
- Court Restricted Parents from Relocating Within NJ: What Now?
- The Struggles of Divorcing Parents: Do They Ever End?
- Appointment of a Guardian ad Litem: What You Need to Know
- New Case on Paying for College Offers an Interesting Perspective
- What Happens if Your Spouse Ignores Your Divorce Complaint?
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