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DeTorres & DeGeorge Family Law Attorneys DeTorres & DeGeorge Family Law prides itself on delivering personal service with large firm experience to help New Jersey residents achieve the best possible result in their divorce. New Jersey family law can be complex and overwhelming.
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DeTorres & DeGeorge Family Law Attorneys DeTorres & DeGeorge Family Law prides itself on delivering personal service with large firm experience to help New Jersey residents achieve the best possible result in their divorce. New Jersey family law can be complex and overwhelming.
161 Madison Avenue Suite 325-1 Morristown, NJ 07960, USA
DeTorres & DeGeorge Family Law Attorneys Phone: (973)425-5158

Children & Divorce

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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...

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....

What You Need to Know: Difference Between Alimony and Child Support in

Alimony and child support are two very different forms of financial support – yet many people have the misconception that they are both simply financial...

Are You Guaranteed Alimony in New Jersey?

In New Jersey, alimony is not a certainty in every divorce case. Rather, it is based on one party's ability to pay alimony versus the other party's need to...

What You Should Know When Negotiating Your Alimony In New Jersey

One of the most common concerns that potential clients have is the issue of alimony. Whether they are the party who might be paying it or the person who will...

How Is Alimony In New Jersey Determined During A Divorce?

Each time a new client visits our office, one of the most common misconceptions they come to us with is how alimony is decided in New Jersey. In some states,...

Will Joint Custody Be Best For Your Family’s Needs?

When attempting to work out a custody agreement with your former spouse, it's best to start with an understanding of the basics. First, there are two types of...

3 Important Things To Include In Your Joint Custody Agreement

One of the most emotional aspects of your divorce is the custody and parenting time decisions that have to be made. This includes developing a parenting time...

5 Pro Tips For Making The Most Of Your Joint Custody Agreement

Divorce itself is hard enough; but when there are children involved, it can make the process even tougher. As a result, one of the most emotional aspects of a...

5 Questions To Ask When Searching For A Family Law Attorney

A divorce is a major decision that comes with a significant life change. Understandably, you’ll want to choose the best family law attorney to represent you....

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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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