Category Archives: Tanya L. Freeman

Governor Murphy Names Tanya Freeman as Chair of University Hospital

Governor Murphy Names Tanya Freeman as Chair of University Hospital

Congratulations are in order as dedicated New Jersey attorney Tanya L. Freeman has been appointed to serve as the Chairperson of the Board of Directors of University Hospital in Newark, NJ by Governor Phil Murphy. This is an accomplishment that highlights Freeman’s commitment to her community as well as her devoted service to the hospital.  Read the […]

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 […]

The Hidden Costs in Child Support You Need to Know

The Hidden Costs in Child Support You Need to Know

When you go through a divorce with children, you are required to work out a child support arraignment.  However, not all costs of raising your children will be included in your order.  Below are four hidden costs you may not have realized existed. Download Our Free Child Custody and Support Guide 1.) Extracurricular Activities When […]

The 3 Secrets of Property Division You Must Know When Going Through a Divorce

New Jersey Divorce Lawyer Discusses Real Estate

When going through a divorce in New Jersey it is common to worry about the property and items you have built up during the course of your marriage.  Below are some of the most common asked questions about equitable distribution and property division during a New Jersey divorce. Download Our Free Divorce Guide 1.) The Fate […]

Will I Need to Go to Court for My Divorce?

New Jersey Family Law

Attorney Tanya L. Freeman Discusses Going to Court for a Divorce A lot of my clients ask am I going to trial? Ninety-eight percent, this is a statewide statistic not a statistic just for me, but 98% of people in the state of New Jersey settle their case. Why? Trials are long and take time […]

Final Thoughts Before Settling a Divorce

New Jersey Divorce Lawyer

Attorney Tanya L. Freeman Discusses Wanting to Settle Your Divorce As Soon As Possible Many clients after the discovery phase say, “I’m done, I want to settle my case. I’ve learned everything it is I need to know, and I’m ready to go to the settlement table.” What do we do next? Go back to […]

Handling Private Schools After Divorce

New Jersey Divorce Attorney

Download Our Free Child Custody and Support Guide Parents that are getting divorced that have their children enrolled in private schools have additional considerations. How long has that child been in the private school? Has it just been one year? Has this child matriculated, and they’re now in the 10th grade, and it would be […]

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 […]

Hudson County Divorce Attorney Discusses Being Served Papers

New Jersey Divorce Attorney Discusses Being Served Papers

What Should I Do if I was Served with a Divorce Summons? As a Hudson County Divorce Attorney, I get questions all the time from clients about the next steps after you been served your divorce papers. You’ve been served with a divorce complaint and you want to know what happens next. If you were […]