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Getting Needed Emotional Support with a Second Opinion in Divorce

Posted On : 03 April 2024 By: Charles Vuotto

Divorce is an emotionally challenging process, and having a lawyer who understands and supports you is crucial. Seeking a second opinion can help you assess the compatibility and rapport with different lawyers. You may find that another lawyer’s communication style, empathy, or approach aligns better with your needs and personality. Feeling heard and understood can read more

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Seeking a Second Opinion in Divorce Makes Perfect Sense

Posted On : 04 December 2023 By: Charles Vuotto

Going through a divorce is a highly emotional and complex process. It involves numerous legal considerations, financial implications, and potentially life-altering decisions. One way to ensure you receive this information is by seeking a second opinion from other divorce lawyers. The following are reasons why seeking a second opinion makes perfect sense for divorce clients: read more

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Inclusion into 2023 Edition of NJ Super Lawyers

Posted On : 14 June 2023 By: Charles Vuotto

I am so pleased to announce that I’ve been included in the selection of 7 of my firm’s attorneys in the 2023 Edition of New Jersey Super Lawyers! The Super Lawyers® list is issued by Thomson Reuters. New Jersey Super Lawyers® selects attorneys using a patented multiphase selection process that combines peer nominations and evaluations read more

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Weathering The Storm in Divorce

Posted On : 01 June 2023 By: Charles Vuotto

Divorce is never easy. It’s a difficult and emotional time for everyone involved. But, it’s important to remember that it’s only a temporary storm, and you will come out on the other side. Here are a few tips to help you weather the storm: 1. Take care of yourself – It’s important to take care read more

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Making the First Offer in a Divorce Case

Posted On : 28 April 2023 By: Charles Vuotto

Deciding whether to make the first offer in a divorce case can be a difficult decision. Some believe that making the first offer puts them in a stronger position, as it allows them to set the tone for negotiations and potentially gain an advantage. However, others believe that making the first offer can lead to read more

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Choosing The Right Divorce Lawyer

Posted On : 18 April 2023 By: Charles Vuotto

Divorce is a complex and emotionally charged legal process that requires the expertise of a qualified divorce lawyer. A good divorce lawyer can help you navigate through the legal proceedings and protect your rights and interests. They can provide valuable advice and guidance, negotiate with your spouse’s lawyer, and represent you in court if necessary. read more

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Interviewing Children Incident to Divorce or any Other Legal Proceeding

Posted On : 02 March 2023 By: Charles Vuotto

I recently co-authored an article with Dr. Madelyn Simring Milchman on interviewing children incident to divorce or any other legal proceeding. This procedure, to put it bluntly, can be a minefield. There are many issues to be aware of before embarking upon what many may view as a rather mundane task. Let’s face it, most read more

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Divorce and The New Year’s Resolution Phenomenon

Posted On : 25 January 2023 By: Charles Vuotto

As we all know, the New Year is the perfect time to make resolutions in an effort to make our lives better, right? Shed a few pounds, eat a healthier diet, read more. What about getting a divorce? Believe it or not, research actually shows this to be true. Many divorce lawyers report it; published read more

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Best Lawyers inclusion, 29th Edition (2023)

Posted On : 18 August 2022 By: Charles Vuotto

I am pleased to announce that I have been chosen to be recognized in the 29th edition of The Best Lawyers in America® for 2023. For more than 40 years, Best Lawyers has been regarded—by both the profession and the public—as the most credible measure of legal integrity and distinction in the United States. As read more

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Domestic Violence Decision

Posted On : 12 July 2022 By: Charles Vuotto

The Appellate Division recently published a decision making it clear that procedural due process requires judges, before domestic violence trial, to inform defendants both of the serious consequences resulting from the entry of a final restraining order (FRO) and their right to retain legal counsel. I wrote a column that suggests domestic violence complaints served read more

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