Victoria D. Miranda Named Chair of the District XII Fee Arbitration Committee
Victoria Miranda, partner at Williams Law Group, has been named Chair of the District XII Fee Arbitration Committee. Fee Arbitration allows a client to dispute fees with his or her attorney. There are at least eight Fee Arbitration Committee District members, including one chair and one vice chair member. All members are appointed by the Supreme Court of New Jersey and serve a term of four years. Victoria Miranda was...
My Ex is Not Taking Proper COVID Precautions
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues to affect every aspect of daily life, both the federal Center for Disease Control and Prevention and the New Jersey court system have issued guidelines about how to minimize transmission and the associated health risks. Unfortunately, one of the biggest reasons the pandemic has persisted for so long is because some U.S. residents and officials have failed—if not outright refused—to follow these guidelines. If your...
Renegotiating Custody Due to COVID-19 Concerns
Negotiating custody is one of the most difficult aspects of a divorce case. Unfortunately, no one anticipated that COVID-19 would create challenges for many of those arrangements. Even parenting schedules that worked well before the pandemic may now become a source of conflict. If your parenting situation is leading to disputes, you may need to consider renegotiating custody due to COVID-19 concerns. These disagreements can escalate and cause serious problems...
When Can You Ask for Temporary Emergency Custody?
If you suspect your child is in imminent danger, your instinct is to protect him or her at all costs. In some situations, it is necessary to take your child to a safer environment, away from the harmful parent. If you share custody or if the other parent has parenting time rights, however, you may not be able to take your child without permission or a court order. A court...
Why You Should Think Before You Call CPS in a Custody Dispute
If you are desperate to get custody of your child, you might feel like your options are limited. Custody disputes can be lengthy, contentious, and cost the whole family time and money. And many parents aren’t happy with the outcome of taking their custody battle to court. Some parents make the mistake of calling CPS in a desperate attempt to get custody. But what those parents don’t realize is once...
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