Tag: family law


I went to court, but the judge wouldn’t listen to me!

  UPDATED: JULY 11, 2019 Article by: Daniel A. Levy, Esq. Very frequently, I speak with clients who complain that they appeared in court but the judge just wouldn’t listen to them. They ask me what I can do for them after the first appearance did not go their way. Below I discuss some common
  • family law, municipal court, ticket
  • Posted by admin  Posted on 11 Jul  0 Comments
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Hiring a Lawyer for a Simple, No Fault Divorce in New Jersey

Article by Daniel A. Levy, Esq. Updated August 18, 2018 It is not uncommon that a client contacts me and says that they and their spouse are in agreement that they should get divorced. They ask, how much to get a simple divorce? What is a no fault divorce? We were just married a few
  • divorce, family law
  • Posted by admin  Posted on 18 Aug  0 Comments
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How to save lots of money on a divorce in New Jersey

  Article by Daniel A. Levy, Esq. Updated May 22, 2018 Once a couple has decided that it is time to file for divorce, they may have concerns about how much a divorce will cost them. Clients often ask me how expensive a divorce will be and what they can do to save money on
  • divorce, family law
  • Posted by admin  Posted on 22 May  0 Comments
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Leaving child in car potentially gross-negligence and criminal

  UPDATED April 30, 2018 Article by Daniel A. Levy, Esq. During the warmer months, there was some public debate about the dangers of leaving children alone in a car seat “just for a second”. As we explain below, in New Jersey a parent could be criminally prosecuted for abuse and neglect for leaving a
  • child endangerment, criminal law, family law
  • Posted by admin  Posted on 30 Apr  0 Comments
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Lessons from a contested adoption

Article by Daniel A. Levy, Esq. Normally, I write about various topics from my practice with the goal of providing some legal information to the public. But today, I want to take this opportunity to share some lessons that I learned during this very unique case that recently went to trial. The case was about
  • adoption, family law
  • Posted by Daniel Levy  Posted on 16 Feb  0 Comments
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Contribution towards college expenses for a child who refuses to speak with you

Article by Daniel A. Levy, Esq. Back in March, many news organizations reported that New Jersey Judge Peter Bogaard of Morris County Superior Court’s Family Division said “no” to Rachel Canning’s request that her parents contribute towards her education expenses. Ms. Canning’s allegation was that her parents forced her to leave the house and that
  • child support, college expenses, divorce, family law
  • Posted by admin  Posted on 20 Jun  0 Comments
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