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Ask these questions know if it's time to consider divorce

You'll never know for sure intellectually whether you should get a divorce. It's something you have to feel out and intuitively know. When it's time, you'll feel it and you'll act upon that feeling. Until that moment, however, it could be useful to analyze where you stand in your partnership.

New Jersey grandparent visitation rights

Grandparents often share an extraordinary bond with their grandkids, one they will be heartbroken to have to sever (physically). Of course, broken hearts will be experienced on the grandkids' ends, too. In many cases, grandparents can demand to spend time with their grandchildren following a divorce. In the state of New Jersey, for example, state law supports grandparents who wish to visit with their grandkids by offering grandparents the ability to submit an application for visitation. In order to gain visitation rights, however, grandparents must prove that visitation will serve the best interests of the child or children involved.

Tell your pediatrician about your divorce plans

If you've recently decided to get a divorce, it's likely that you've been considering it for a long time. Perhaps you made the decision for the health and well-being of your children. In order to further support your health and that of your children, you may want to talk to your children's pediatrician.

What's the most important factor in your child custody cases?

The most important factor in any New Jersey child custody case relates to the best interests of your child. Ultimately, the family court judge will zero in on the best interests of your child or children when making any determination relating to your child custody case.

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