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Mail-in ballots are a focus of the current news cycle due to the coronavirus and the upcoming elections. Governor Murphy, cautious of the spread of the virus at polling locations, has put a greater emphasis on the use of mail-in ballots. New Jersey law requires that a mail-in ballot must […]

In the February 14, 2019 unpublished decision of Flores v. Flores (A-4841-17T2), the Appellate Division discussed the extent of a New Jersey Court’s “exclusive, continuing jurisdiction” over custody of a non-resident child as it relates to the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (“UCCJEA”). The issue presented in this […]

Can a divorced parent, who is the parent of primary residence[1], remove his/her child from the State of New Jersey without a Court Order and over the objection of the other parent? The Trial Court decided no and its decision was affirmed by the New Jersey Appellate Division. In the […]

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