Tips to keep in mind when getting a divorce

Posted January 9th, 2015 by .

Categories: Family Law.

January is known as Divorce Month, where divorce filings increase drastically right after New Year’s.  If you’re thinking of getting a divorce, you may be a little anxious.  Not only do you have to deal with the dissolvement of your marriage but you also have to make hard decisions such as child support and custody, property and […]

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Are My Alimony Payments Affected by the New Law?

Posted November 17th, 2014 by .

Categories: Family Law.

In September, Gov. Christie had signed an act that reformed the way alimony is distributed to divorcing parties in New Jersey. The new law had replaced the permanent alimony option with an “open durational alimony,” which means alimony ends when the couple reaches retirement age. In addition, the law has made it clear that alimony […]

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No matter how amicable the divorce is, you still need a lawyer

Posted October 27th, 2014 by .

Categories: Family Law.

You and your spouse have decided to get a divorce. You find an agreement on the division of property and since you don’t have kids, it’s all cut and dry. So, you won’t need a lawyer to help you through this divorce, right? Well, no, not exactly. Before we get into the explanation of why, […]

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Children are the ones who suffer most from a divorce

Posted October 2nd, 2014 by .

Categories: Family Law.

It is no secret that very few walk away happy with the terms of a divorce. To some, a divorce is similar to the dissolution of a business arrangement. Others view it as remorseful as losing a loved one. The greatest victims are often the children of divorce. As part of its ruling, the court […]

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Learn The Changes Made to New Jersey’s Alimony Law

Posted September 15th, 2014 by .

Categories: Family Law.

For years now, many advocates have said New Jersey’s alimony laws were antiquated and needed an update. Finally, the state listened and Governor Christie recently signed a bill that will revise the law. But how will this affect you and your future divorce? Or, if you are already divorced and paying alimony, how does this […]

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Don’t be scared of the courtroom when going through a divorce

Posted September 8th, 2014 by .

Categories: Family Law.

Divorce is a stressful time in anyone’s life, especially if you never dealt with the legal system before. You may be a little intimidated dealing with lawyers and the courts. You may not be too sure what you’re getting yourself into. And this may prevent you from getting what you really want or need. We understand […]

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Do I have to share my personal injury settlement with my ex?

Posted July 31st, 2014 by .

Categories: Family Law, Personal Injury.

You recently received a settlement for a personal injury lawsuit that has been going on for some time now. While you were waiting for the settlement to occur, you and your spouse had decided to get a divorce. Now that you won your case, your soon-to-be ex is now claiming that he/she is entitled to […]

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What to Do When Moving Children Out of the State

Posted July 14th, 2014 by .

Categories: Family Law.

The divorce process is finally over. You and your ex have signed the papers and agreed that you will get the children. All seems to go smoothly until you lose your job. But you quickly find employment; however, you’re going to have to move to Vermont. But what about the children? How will your ex get […]

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Ready for a Divorce? Keep This in Mind

Posted June 20th, 2014 by .

Categories: Family Law.

Divorce is never an easy decision to make. You’ve probably spent many nights tossing and turning over the choice. You and your spouse have done everything to make your marriage work. You sought counseling, you spent hours discussing your problems, you both even separated for a period of time. You dread going to court and […]

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Separation agreements in New Jersey divorces

Posted April 24th, 2014 by .

Categories: Family Law.

For spouses who are able to discuss matters attending the end of their marriage openly, presenting the court with a signed and notarized separation agreement might make divorce easier. However, for a court to accept your separation agreement, you and your spouse must first address all relevant issues in writing. Experienced New Jersey divorce lawyer […]

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