Author: Luther G. Jones, IV

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5 Tips from a Divorce Lawyer on Managing the Stress of Divorce

No divorce is stress-free even when couples mutually agree to split. It is an emotional period, often made worse because there are many issues that must be settled, including those involving children, living arrangements and finances. Couples must think rationally about the divorce process and the next steps in their lives at the same time they are dealing with anger, grief and uncertainty.

Stephanie Frangos Hagan moderated a panel on Current Issues and Trends in Custody and Parenting Time matters.

On May 16th at the NJSBA annual convention in Atlantic City, partner Stephanie Frangos Hagan moderated a panel of two NJ Superior Court Family Part Judges, two attorneys and a mental health expert, on Current Issues and Trends in Custody and Parenting Time matters.


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