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What to Consider When It Comes to Your Children and Same Sex Divorce

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What to Consider When It Comes to Your Children and Same Sex Divorce

December 20, 2018

New Jersey began expanding its laws regarding same-sex relationships back in 2005 when the Domestic Partnership Act was signed, and since then, the laws have continued to evolve and change – not only with regard to the parties in the

Case Study: Possession of the Marital Residence While a Divorce is Pending

December 5, 2018

In many cases of divorce, one of the most contested aspects is the issue of the marital residence. Oftentimes, parties who are divorcing do not want to reside together while they are going through the divorce, yet they may be

How Can Your Divorce and College Expenses Affect Your Settlement?

November 26, 2018

Parents of college-bound children, take note: The law in New Jersey requires all divorced parents to contribute to their children’s college educations. Although there are a number of factors that are considered in determining what the appropriate amount of the

Case Study: Restraining Orders versus Civil Restraints

November 20, 2018

Victims of domestic violence are typically advised by the police departments responding to their matters that they have the right to pursue a temporary restraining order. A temporary restraining order can be obtained either by phone with a municipal court

I Am Relocating After Divorce – What Should I Know?

November 12, 2018

It’s common for individuals to want to start over once their divorce is finalized, and this typically includes plans to relocate from the state and start fresh in a brand-new location. But if you’re hoping to relocate, there are a

Case Study: The Use of Alternative Dispute Resolution

November 5, 2018

In some cases, divorcing parties and their respective attorneys may decide that traditional divorce litigation is not in the best interest of the parties for reasons specific to that case. In those situations, the attorneys might elect to utilize an

3 Things to Know About Divorce and Executive Compensation in New Jersey

October 30, 2018

Individuals who are considering divorce are often concerned about two particular aspects of the end of their marriage: the emotional burden and the financial situation. While the emotional aspect varies greatly from person to person and case to case, the

Case Study: The Process to Terminate Alimony

October 9, 2018

Financial matters are always tricky to navigate. No one wants to part with more of their hard-earned money than they have to – especially when the recipient of that money is a former spouse. We were recently retained by a

3 Things to Do When You’re Getting a Divorce with a Business Involved

September 20, 2018

For anyone who is not familiar with the divorce process, it may come as a surprise to learn that their own – or their spouse’s – individual interest in a business may be considered a marital asset that is subject

3 Financial Mistakes to Avoid When it Comes to the Average Cost of Divorce

August 23, 2018

When a family goes through a divorce, they often become anxious over the costs associated with the process. This is understandable, given that they are going to have to maintain two households on the same incomes that previously supported one.

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What to Consider When It Comes to Your Children and Same Sex Divorce

What to Consider When It Comes to Your Children and Same Sex Divorce

New Jersey began expanding its laws regarding same-sex relationships back in 2005 when the Domestic Partnership Act was signed, and since then, the laws have continued to evolve and change – not only with regard to the parties in the

December 20, 2018 Read More

Possession of the Marital Residence While a Divorce is Pending

Case Study: Possession of the Marital Residence While a Divorce is Pending

In many cases of divorce, one of the most contested aspects is the issue of the marital residence. Oftentimes, parties who are divorcing do not want to reside together while they are going through the divorce, yet they may be

December 5, 2018 Read More

How Can Your Divorce and College Expenses Affect Your Settlement?

How Can Your Divorce and College Expenses Affect Your Settlement?

Parents of college-bound children, take note: The law in New Jersey requires all divorced parents to contribute to their children’s college educations. Although there are a number of factors that are considered in determining what the appropriate amount of the

November 26, 2018 Read More

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