Brad Micklin just published his new book, How to Survive and Thrive When Divorcing a Narcissist, to help people cope with their spouse who shows signs of having one or more symptoms of narcissistic personality disorder. We chatted with Brad about the book and how to prepare yourself when the person you are married to […]
It happens fairly often: The ex-wife of a New Jersey man or father remarries and I get a call from him asking what impact this will have on the spousal and child support payments he has been making under the terms of their divorce.
Telling children that their parents will be splitting up and living apart can be tricky. If you get it wrong, it can take a long time to repair the emotional damage. But there are some general guidelines fathers can follow when it is time to tell their kids.
Often, one of the first questions I’m asked by a man or father who’s thinking of getting a divorce is whether there are advantages to filing first. If you have any questions about getting a divorce in New Jersey, please call me at either 973.562.0100 in Nutley or, in Montclair, at 862.245.4620.
If you or a man or dad you know in New Jersey is contemplating divorcing a narcissistic woman,, feel free to call me or any of our firm’s divorce lawyers for men and fathers in New Jersey at either 973.562.0100 in Nutley or, in Montclair, at 862.245.4620.