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Prenuptial Agreements/ Premarital Agreements

Category: Prenuptial Agreements/ Premarital Agreements

Can I Break My Prenuptial Agreement?

Author: Erin D. DeGeorge

A pre-nuptial agreement is entered into by two parties who are engaged to be married.  The purpose of a pre-nuptial agreement is to protect the separate...

Sherri Shepherd’s Divorce and Prenuptial Agreement

Author: Carolyn B. Hand

Another headline celebrity New Jersey divorce has hit the tabloids. Sherri Shepherd and her husband Lamar Sally have each filed for divorce, according to news...

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Are you parenting with a counter parent?

If you are unsure about what counter parenting is and whether your child’s other parent is a counter parent, we can help you. Counter parenting has been defined as parents maintaining their hate, and anger toward each other, stemming from their divorce. In these situations, counter parents are...

February 1, 2023 Read More

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Co-Parent Harassment

Harassment can be defined as any unwanted behavior, physical, verbal or even suggestive behavior that makes a reasonable person feel uncomfortable, upset, anxious in some way or humiliated. There are several types of harassment as defined by law. One specific area of harassment pertains to domestic...

January 27, 2023 Read More

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Same sex marriage law in New Jersey

Over the last decade, the rights of same sex couples have shifted dramatically. On October 21, 2013, same-sex marriage rights in New Jersey became legally recognized.  On that day, a trial court made a ruling invalidating a prior restriction of marriage to persons of different sexes. New Jersey...

January 20, 2023 Read More

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