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Why Should I Choose a Certified Matrimonial Attorney for my NJ Divorce?

Author: Erin D. DeGeorge

There are more than 17,000 attorneys who are members of the New Jersey Bar Association. An overwhelming number of attorneys practice matrimonial law in N.J....

What Are the Different Stages of a Divorce?

Author: Erin D. DeGeorge

Divorce can be a complicated and emotional process. The process is often complicated because there are different parts to the divorce that you will experience...

What Is Parental Alienation?

Author: Rosanne S. DeTorres

When you divorce, your children are likely your highest priority. Setting up a custody and parenting time plan that will benefit your children is one of your...

How Do I Get Divorced if We Never Got Married?

Author: Rosanne S. DeTorres

More and more people live together, have children, and share their lives without ever getting a marriage license. If you’ve been living together and are now...

How Does Social Media Affect Divorce ?

Author: Erin D. DeGeorge

Social media is probably a big part of your life, but now that you’re thinking about getting a divorce, you may be wondering if your online life could affect...

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My husband’s mental illness is ruining our marriage

Mental illness refers to a variety of mental health disorders, which are often manifested through significant changes in a person's emotional behavior and overall attitude, frequently displaying issues with difficulty in social life, work and family activities. Oftentimes people think these...

April 9, 2024 Read More

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Are divorce records public?

In the state of New Jersey, divorce documents are generally considered public records. There is a possibility that a third-party could access copies of your divorce documents. New Jersey divorce decrees are available through the Superior Court of New Jersey Record Center if you want to know how to...

March 28, 2024 Read More

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Can I change my child’s last name if I have sole custody?

A parent may file a request for a child's name change in New Jersey. This application could be made in a divorce complaint, in a motion to the court, following a divorce, or in a Family Court non-dissolution case where the parties are not married, and were never married. The family court will make...

March 22, 2024 Read More

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