Even in cases where the other parent of your child committed and/or was convicted of domestic violence, a New Jersey court could still award him or her the right to visit with your children. If you're facing a situation like this, you're probably wondering how to protect your children from the threat of further abuse when you're not around.
Marriage is a legally-binding arrangement, and in nearly all cases, a divorce is required to bring the marriage to a close. However, divorce can be costly, difficult to navigate and stressful. This might make you wonder: Is there a way to end a marriage without going through a divorce?
Imagine you just got the job offer of your dreams. The problem is, it's in another state, and your child custody orders prohibit you from moving more than 100 miles away from your current location with your child, and they prohibit you from moving across state lines without first getting permission from the noncustodial parent of your child.