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Amy Sara Cores, Esq. graduated from Florida State University (FSU) with a B.A. in History and a minor in Music. Ms. Cores is a classically trained cellist. She also plays the guitar and sings. After focusing on music performance for many years, she was inspired after hearing a lecture by Elie Wiesel.



Our clients are very important for us and we value the trust they have put on us to represent their case. We understand that your case is unique and expect a specific result. We are focused on working together with you to achieve the goal that you desire from your case. We work relentlessly for your best interests.



As it is sometimes necessary to engage the services of an appellate lawyer after a decision is rendered in a child custody, support cases, or civil trial, Cores & Associates, LLC can serve as appellate attorneys in cases of family law, divorce, child support, college contribution, and select law division or civil appeals.


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Where is Pima County, New Jersey?

Although I am known for my inability to navigate most of New Jersey without the assistance of a GPS, I was pretty sure that there was no Pima County in New Jersey, when my client handed me the Pima County parenting time guidelines.

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Interlocutory Appeals

It is possible to seek review from the Appellate Division or the Supreme Court of a pendente lite or interim order. These orders are referred to as ‘interlocutory.’ In appropriate instances, the Appellate Division will grant leave to appeal.

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Fraud and Equity

Rule 4:50-1 provides that upon motion with briefs the court may relieve a party from a final judgment or order on the grounds of fraud, misrepresentation, or other misconduct of an adverse party.

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The UCCJEA: Where are we on the eve of the 5th anniversary?

Effective December 13, 2004 New Jersey repealed the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction Act (UCCJA) and replaced it with the Uniform Child Custody Jurisdiction and Enforcement Act (UCCJEA or NJUCCJEA).

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A Brief Guide to the Service of Documents Abroad

How do you serve a complaint for divorce on the defendant who lives in Canada? The first step is to consult the Convention on the Service Abroad of Judicial and Extra-Judicial Documents in Civil or Commercial Matters.

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College Contribution

With limited exceptions, most of family law is a grey area. Very few controversies result in a clear winner or loser.This is especially true of college contribution.This article provides an overview of the history and the current status of the law.

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Child Abduction & Other Aspects of International Family Law

The very idea of dealing with clients located in other countries, compliance with international treaties and foreign law, and of course the unavoidable language barrier, is daunting to most family law attorneys.

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Alimony: Law, Policy, Practice and Presentation

There is a rich and bountiful body of law pertaining to spousal support. Is it possible to arrive at some theoretical formulation that would enable the construction of a model that could be used as the basis for accurate predictions?

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Cores & Associates will handle every aspect of your family law matter. Ms. Cores is Certified by the New Jersey Supreme Court as a Matrimonial Law attorney and handles all aspects of divorce, child custody and support, domestic violence, post-judgment issues, pre-nuptial agreements, college contribution, removal, adoption, International custody and kidnapping, family law appeals, children in court (DCPP) and all areas of LGBT law.

Our clients come from all over NJ and come from every walk of life. While each matter is always unique, our years of experience with complex cases have resulted in successful resolution for our clients.

Cores & Associates is committed to providing counsel to our NJ clients on divorce, child custody, adoption, pre-nuptial and other family law related issues. Our firm’s size allows us to efficiently manage our clients’ cases, thus minimizing the cost and time associated with even the most complex legal disputes. Additionally, our size ensures that you will receive the personal attention from our attorneys and staff that you deserve. We pride ourselves on consistently providing a personal brand of representation. Our goal is to help our clients make a successful transition to the next stage in their lives. To find out more about our firm, schedule a free consultation today at (732) 414-6669.

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