If your ex is treating your child poorly during their parenting time, you need to protect your kid at all costs. Filing for an emergency custody hearing is the best way to get the law on your side. But how long can you expect to wait for your emergency custody hearing when time is ticking and your child’s well-being might be at risk?
In this webinar we discuss the intricacies of emergency custody, including:
- How long you’ll have to wait for your emergency custody hearing
- Why you should not ignore your current custody order in the meantime
- The length of the hearing itself and what information the judge will request
- How you can prepare for the hearing with your attorney, and
- How to successfully fight an uphill battle when gender stereotypes persist.
If you’ve just finished watching our webinar “What Qualifies As Emergency Custody?” and believe you have just cause to request emergency custody (or if you have already requested a hearing), this webinar should be your next stop. We know it’s agonizing waiting for a judge to grant you emergency custody; this webinar will help you understand how long you can expect to wait before your child is safe in your arms again.
Divorce is often a difficult time for kids, especially those who have a strained relationship with one of their parents. Children may have a preference for one parent from an early age due to conflict, personality differences, or even abuse or neglect from the other parent. This preference becomes most obvious when their parents split up and they stop living as a cohesive family unit.
Many dads in New Jersey wonder whether their case for custody can be strengthened based on their child’s wishes. Another common question is whether the age of the child matters. In this webinar, Brad Micklin explains how the courts in New Jersey handle a child’s preference to live with one parent. He’ll also discuss how this fits into the other factors judges consider when determining custody. If you’re a dad who wants to protect your child’s well-being and respect their wishes, don’t miss this webinar!
Gray divorce is a term used to refer to divorcing couples over 50 and those who have been together for 20+ years. This demographic is divorcing at higher rates than any other age group in the United States, and the numbers continue to rise. Those who choose to divorce no longer feel forced to stay in an unhappy marriage just because of their age or life stage; many are thrilled to begin the next stage of their lives newly single. Others may feel blindsided or shocked when they learn their marriage is coming to an end. No two gray divorces are the same.
When you’re over the age of 50, it’s easy to be overwhelmed by the logistics of a divorce. Unfortunately, many men make costly mistakes during their gray divorce because they are so stunned by the ending of their marriage. This webinar will teach you how to avoid these financial mistakes and rise above the challenges of a gray divorce.
In this virtual presentation, Brad will discuss:
- How to divide up the assets you’ve accumulated during your marriage, especially if they are substantial
- What to do about the house – should you keep or sell?
- How to navigate investment and retirement accounts
- What is considered marital property if you married later in life
- What to expect of social security if you are retired, or how to plan for retirement based on your post-divorce social security benefits
- When spousal support applies to a gray divorce.
This webinar is the place to start if you are a man over 50 who is considering or has just filed for divorce in New Jersey. And don’t forget to check out our other gray divorce resources.
Brad M. Micklin, Esq., is the lead attorney and managing member at The Micklin Law Group, LLC. For more than 20 years, he has helped men through some of the toughest, most emotional experiences in their lives, including in high conflict divorces and child custody battles.
He is among the nation’s top one percent of lawyers, as recognized by the National Association of Distinguished Counsel, and was recognized as a Top Lawyer in New Jersey. Mr. Micklin is also the recipient of the prestigious National Advocates Top 100 award based on his qualifications of leadership, reputation, influence and performance in family law. He also has won numerous awards from Avvo, including a 10.0 rating and clients’ choice.