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What is the difference between a contested and uncontested divorce in New Jersey?

Author: Nicole Casciola and Erin DeGeorge

If you are contemplating divorce, it is necessary that you understand the difference between a contested and an uncontested divorce in New Jersey. In an...

What is a temporary custody agreement and when is it used?

Author: Nicole Casciola and Rosanne DeTorres

Legal and physical custody are defined as two different custodial relationships in the state of New Jersey. Legal custody is defined by the parent or parents...

Understanding Spousal Support and Alimony in New Jersey

Author: Nicole Casciola and Erin DeGeorge

The phrases, alimony and spousal support, can be used interchangeably. These phrases refer to support paid to and for the other spouse. This support...

Grandparents rights in New Jersey

Author: Nicole Casciola and Rosanne DeTorres

In many families, grandparents play a significant role in a child’s life. In positive situations, grandparents provide love, care and support complimenting...

Mental health and child custody

Author: Nicole Casciola and Erin DeGeorge

Mental health issues can impact every area of a person's life, and if not managed properly can have devastating effects on that person and all of their...

Divorce negotiations

Author: Nicole Casciola and Rosanne DeTorres

Negotiating a divorce settlement is arguably the most important aspect of the divorce process. In order to reach a divorce settlement proposal, you will want...

How to win a divorce case

Author: Nicole Casciola and Erin DeGeorge

The divorce process can be quite a challenging experience for a number of reasons. Making the decision to divorce your spouse can be the most difficult aspect...

Parenting plan modifications

Author: Nicole Casciola and Rosanne DeTorres

What is a parenting plan? New Jersey provides for legal custody and physical custody. Legal custody refers to one or both parents having the legal authority to...

Emotional stages of divorce

Author: Nicole Casciola and Erin DeGeorge

The legal process that is required and necessary for people to go through in order to divorce their spouse can be difficult, painful, and both financially and...

When can a child decide which parent to live with?

Author: Nicole Casciola and Rosanne DeTorres

When people are involved in a custody matter, the children should always be the priority. Often, people lose sight of what is best for the children because the...

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Adultery and Divorce in New Jersey

Grounds for divorce in New Jersey There are two types of divorce in New Jersey: “no fault divorce” and  “at fault divorce.” Adultery and the law No fault divorce is possible if the married couple establishes irreconcilable differences for a period of six months or more. It is also...

May 17, 2024 Read More

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How long can a divorce be put on hold?

The divorce process can be complex for so many different reasons and putting the divorce on hold or understanding how long a divorce can be put on hold is necessary to understand, as sometimes this can make the process easier for the parties to manage. Sometimes there is delay because one person...

May 10, 2024 Read More

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What To Ask a Divorce Lawyer

People who are contemplating divorce might be unsure about what to ask a divorce lawyer and how to identify important divorce questions. Hiring an attorney is a big decision, but when representation is needed in a family law matter the decision is often much more personal. Below are some...

May 1, 2024 Read More

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