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Divorce, Family Law, Social Media Social Media & Divorce : Once It Flies, It Exists!

By: Jeff J. Horn, Esq. We may have been shocked or amused by some massive social media mistakes. Remember the time Twitter accidentally sent

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Child Support, Divorce, Emancipation, Family Law Emancipation

There is no doubt that today’s generation tends to be more babied than in the past. Parents today are more inclined to give their children

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Adoption, Family Law, Foster Care, Transracial Tax Implications for Foster and Adoptive Families

Every year, families approach Maggie Moriarty with questions regarding the Federal Adoption Tax Credit and how to claim their foster childre

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Family Law Pot and Parenting

OP-ED by Attorney Jeff J. Horn My law school Professor, H. Geoffrey Moulton, Jr., served as a law clerk for US Supreme Court Justice William

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Adoption, Family Law, Transracial Ring Ring

It was a Thursday night, and the three of us just sat down for dinner when the phone rang.  Solicitor?  Not this time.  Caller ID came up

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Adoption, Family Law The Letter that Changed Everything

As part of our series covering National Adoption Month, the Horn Law Group is sharing the adoption communities’ stories of sadness, frust

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Adoption, Family Law, Transracial Deciding to Dance

We welcomed our 1st daughter, Lauren, July 2001. Looking back, the road was bumpy with lots of twists and turns.  All these terms, profile

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Adoption, Family Law Great Adoption Books

You’re bound to find plenty of adoption related books either for the parent or child. Here’s a quick sampling of what’s out there...

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Adoption, Family Law The Waiting Game

The first in our series covering National Adoption Month, the Horn Law Group is sharing the adoption communities’ stories of sadness, frus

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Family Law What You Need To Know About Child Custody In New Jersey

Navigating child custody laws are tricky, but with the help of family law attorneys and some quick research, you can sort out the facts you

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