Powerful Co-Parenting Checklist to Ease Divorce Transition for Kids Photo of Michele Hart I have practiced law for 24 years and the past 18 years, I have focused exclusively on divorce and family law cases. I always knew I wanted to be a lawyer. I admired the power that I believed lawyers had to “win” rights for the clients they served. After all, I’ve always been a fighter. I have been knocked down a few times but I always found the strength and determination to get up and get back in the game.
Michele Hart Divorce & Family Law< I have practiced law for 24 years and the past 18 years, I have focused exclusively on divorce and family law cases. I always knew I wanted to be a lawyer. I admired the power that I believed lawyers had to “win” rights for the clients they served. After all, I’ve always been a fighter. I have been knocked down a few times but I always found the strength and determination to get up and get back in the game.
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Powerful Co-Parenting Checklist to Ease Divorce Transition for Kids

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Powerful Co-Parenting Checklist to Ease Divorce Transition for Kids

No doubt about it –  divorce is a topsy-turvy crazy emotional time  – for kids and parents alike.  And trying to be a good parent when you’re at your worst can be overwhelming and exhausting. As both a child of divorce

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Your Best Bet for an Amicable Divorce

Divorce is more than a legal process.  It is an extremely emotional process.  It’s also common for one spouse to want a divorce while the other does not.  More often, one of the spouses decides, over a period of time, to

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The One Thing Divorcing Parents Can Do To Protect The Kids And Save Money On Lawyers

Divorce is hard.  And it can be very hard on kids.  But not for the reasons you might think.  The hardest thing about my parents’ divorce when I was 13 was not the divorce itself.  It was the ongoing fighting and

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Five Insider Tips for an Amicable Divorce

As a practicing divorce and family lawyer for over 20 years, I’ve seen how easy it is for divorcing spouses to get caught up in the emotional conflict that often comes with divorce. When you have children, it’s important to

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Three Tips for Settling Your Divorce Out of Court

It’s common for divorcing spouses to speak with one another to decide who gets what in the divorce. Divorce negotiations can be difficult, however. They can quickly become emotionally charged, especially when there is a lack of trust between spouses.

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Three Actions to Take Right Now for an Amicable Divorce

If you’re considering divorce, here are 3 actions to take right now for an amicable divorce process. 1. Gather key documents about your marital finances. Knowing what you have will give you a head start on a plan for dividing

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Six Scientifically Proven Persuasion Strategies To Help You Get What You Want In Your Divorce Agreement

Your divorce is likely to go much quicker and more amicably if you negotiate directly with your spouse on such essential issues as child custody, spousal and child support, and division of marital assets. By the same token, you’re more likely

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12 Most Important Questions to Ask Before Hiring a New Jersey Divorce Attorney

One of the most important decisions you will make in separation or divorce is selecting the right attorney.  Not all divorce lawyers are created equal. Your selection should be made very carefully because the divorce lawyer you choose can profoundly

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The Surprising Key To An Amicable Divorce

          Divorcing spouses can save much time and money by reaching divorce agreements out of court on all issues related to the marriage, including asset allocation, custody, child support, alimony and more.         

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How Do You Reach an Out-of-Court Divorce Settlement in New Jersey?

Many couples seeking divorce in New Jersey don’t know that while only a Court can legally dissolve a marriage, you don’t need the Court to make critical decisions including asset allocation, custody, child support, alimony and more.  You have more control than

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