Category Archives: Family Law

Common Family Law Issues

Common Family Law Issues

Common Family Law Issues When facing legal issues that impact your family’s future, it’s easy to become confused and overwhelmed. Fortunately, you do not have to face these issues alone. Experienced New Jersey family law attorney Tanya L. Freeman is committed to helping families find peaceful resolutions to a wide range of legal matters. Here […]

Easing Children Through Divorce

Easing Children Through Divorce

Easing Children Through Divorce Easing children through divorce is not a simple task, but it can be done. An attorney can actually help a lot with making this whole process a lot smoother. You can learn more about this during a free consultation. Easing Children Through Divorce | Child Care Expenses if Both Parents Work […]

Childcare Costs After Divorce

Childcare Costs After Divorce

Childcare Costs After Divorce Planning childcare costs after divorce can seem overwhelming if you don’t know what to expect. There are a few large costs that you want to plan for, including college. Here is what you need to know. Childcare Costs After Divorce | Planning for College Costs College costs can be hard to […]

Mediation vs Litigation

Mediation vs Litigation

Do you want to know the benefits of mediation vs litigation? If you go to trial, a judge will decide what’s best. That means a judge could be deciding what’s best for your children – and you’d have to abide by that decision. No one knows your children better than you and your spouse do. […]

Morris County’s Top Family Law Lawyers 2018

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by Morris/Essex Health & Life Magazine Attorney Tanya Freeman has been selected as one of Morris County’s top family law lawyers 2018 by Morris/Essex Health & Life magazine in their summer 2018 issue.  To help residents find the best attorneys in Morris County across 30 specialties, Morris/Essex Health & Life contracted DataJoe Research of Colorado to […]

10 Things a Single Parent Wants You to Know

10 Things a Single Parent Wants You to Know

Raising kids is hard enough with two parents in the equation, so how do people do it with only one? We’ve asked single parents how they parent alone effectively, and what they need you to know the most. Some might assume that single parenting is the same as any other type of parenting, only it’s […]

What Happens After Filing Divorce?

What Happens After Filing Divorce New Jersey Divorce Lawyer

Divorce is a long journey, and every step brings with it its own unique challenges. First, an individual has to decide to seek a divorce—a daunting choice to have to make. Then, an attorney must be hired, the spouse must be notified, and papers must be drafted, and all these factors together can prove emotionally […]

Child Custody in New Jersey

Child Custody in New Jersey

The process of determining child custody is complicated, and in more acrimonious divorces, custody can serve as a wedge issue. In most cases, both parents want the children to live with them as much as possible. An even split, however, is rarely achievable, and parents must seek a compromise rather than an all-or-nothing arrangement in […]

New Jersey Child Support Lawyer Explains How You Should Handle Private School Tuition

New Jersey Child Support Lawyer

New Jersey Child Support Lawyer Explains How You Should Handle Private School Tuition How Should We Handle Paying for Private School Tuition? I am often asked as a New Jersey Child Support Lawyer how to handle private school tuition for your children.  Private school tuition – and how the parents agree to pay it – is […]

Essex County Family Law Attorney Clarifies Parenting Time and Visitation

New Jersey Family Law Attorney Clarifies Parenting Time and Visitation

What is Visitation and Parenting Time? As a Essex County Family Law Attorney, I often get questions from clients regarding parenting time and visitation. Parenting time is the schedule that we put in place for the alternate parent’s schedule with the children. Parenting time is very important and is a fluid process. What worked when […]