New Jersey fathers getting a divorce have as many rights as do mothers to custody and co-parenting rights. Courts have been slow to recognize these rights but judges are starting to come around. If you are a father in New Jersey who is getting divorced or thinking about it, you will want to join me in my next FREE WEBINAR, 7 Shocking Statistics About Father’s Rights in New Jersey.
I will cover the terrible statistics that have accumulated over the years but also explain how divorcing fathers in New Jersey can assert their rights to everything from custody and co-parenting to alimony and an equitable property settlement.
Issues we will discuss include …
- How women came to get their way in custody battles
- Strategies to assert father’s rights without going to war
- Factors judges look for when balancing what each ex spouse wants
- How to demonstrate that giving you custody is in the best interests of your children
- The important role character witnesses play in helping you assert your rights as a father
- Asking your children who they want to live with
- How we remind a judge about recognizing your rights
Learn how these father’s rights issues may have an effect on your desire to remain involved in the lives of your children. REGISTER TODAY because bandwidth for this FREE INTERACTIVE WEBINAR is limited.
You’ll have plenty of time to ask questions about the 7 Shocking Statistics About Father’s Rights in New Jersey.
2021 is certainly a difficult time to be a physician, but it’s also a difficult time to be a spouse. We’ve seen divorce rates increasing in the past year due to the pandemic, and doctors aren’t immune. In fact, doctors and other healthcare professionals have some of the most stressful careers and may see that stress bleed into their marriages, causing irreparable damage.
If you’re a divorcing physician or healthcare professional, you can’t ignore the impact your career may have on things like the division of your marital assets, child custody arrangements, and spousal support.
Lead Attorney Brad Micklin has been helping men and fathers get divorced in New Jersey for decades. Many of Brad’s clients have been the primary earner in their marriage, with substantial assets and hectic work schedules, so he understands how a career as a physician affects divorce proceedings and has developed effective strategies to help his clients cope.
In this webinar, we’ll discuss how to:
- Navigate the division of your substantial assets
- Ensure adequate time with your kids during and after the divorce
- Adjust the duration of your spousal support or take it off the table completely
- Have your medical practice appraised to help you during negotiations
- Meet with your attorney virtually when you have a busy schedule
If you are a physician or healthcare professional facing a divorce, you must mark your calendar and attend this completely free webinar. Brad’s years of practical and valuable knowledge as a family law attorney for men in professional careers will help you traverse your divorce gracefully even during such a trying time in our nation’s history.
Register today for this FREE webinar to guarantee your spot!
Navigating life as a newly separated dad can be challenging and stressful, and that’s not even considering the current pandemic! If you know nothing about child custody but you love your kids and want the best for them, this webinar is the right place to start.
Join The Micklin Law Group’s Lead Attorney Brad Micklin to learn about some of the most commonly misunderstood aspects of child custody for divorcing fathers. In this webinar, Brad will touch on some of the most important aspects of child custody during a divorce case, including:
- The difference between joint custody, primary custody, and sole custody
- How to petition for emergency custody when your child’s well-being is at risk
- Co-parenting with a narcissist or high conflict ex
- Creating a parenting plan your spouse will agree to
- What happens when your ex won’t follow a court-ordered custody agreement
- How legal custody and decision making work when you’re co-parenting
You don’t have to be an expert in child custody and other legal issues to be a great dad. With the basic knowledge you’ll acquire from this presentation, you’ll be prepared to fight for your child’s best interests during and after your divorce.
Sign up today for this free webinar presented by Brad Micklin of The Micklin Law Group! Space is limited; secure your place by registering promptly.
Public figures are used to being scrutinized and talked about, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy. Whether you’re a men’s sports star, a local or national entertainer, or another type of celebrity, you’re probably used to your privacy being invaded from time to time. And even if you aren’t a public figure, there are certain things that you probably don’t want your family, friends, and coworkers to know about – including the details of your divorce.
Everyone is entitled to privacy, especially during such a difficult time in their life. That’s why this month’s webinar is all about maintaining privacy and confidentiality during a divorce. In this webinar, Brad will outline the steps divorce attorneys often advise their clients to take if they want to keep the details of their divorce to themselves. He’ll explain why social media is not your friend during a divorce and how to keep the details of your divorce settlement out of the public record. If you’re an entertainer or a public figure, this information may help your public image and will certainly help your peace of mind.
Pencil us into your calendar and reserve your spot for Brad’s FREE webinar today!
If your ex is unfit to co-parent your child (or hasn’t acted as a parent for years), you may be interested in having their parental rights terminated. Often, fathers in New Jersey want their ex’s rights terminated so their second wife can legally adopt the child. Others simply don’t want their unstable or abusive ex to have any legal custody of the child.
In the state of New Jersey, there are a total of five grounds for involuntary termination of parental rights. During this month’s webinar, we’ll discuss these situations in detail, including the most common reason for involuntary termination: that one parent willfully abandoned the child. Many single fathers seek to have their ex’s rights terminated for this reason after years of being solely responsible for their child’s material and emotional needs and overall well-being. However, we’ll also discuss how to navigate an involuntary termination when there has been abuse, neglect, or cruelty against your child perpetrated by his or her biological parent.
This is a confusing topic for many fathers; join family law attorney Brad Micklin as he sheds light on the legal process of seeking an involuntary termination of parental rights and explains what to expect. This FREE webinar has limited space, so secure your place at this virtual event today!
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.