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3 Things Your Attorney Can’t Do In Your Divorce

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3 Things Your Attorney Can’t Do In Your Divorce

April 22, 2014

Your attorney is your best ally in your divorce case. He or she will explain the law, answer your questions, suggest settlements, advise you what to do, stand up for your rights, and help you make sense of the legal

Changing Attorneys in Your Divorce Case in NJ

March 25, 2014

Working with an attorney is like working with any other professional. Sometimes it just isn’t a good fit. In rare cases, a family law attorney could make a mistake, fail to listen to you, or do things you don’t agree

What to Take When You Move Out Before Your Divorce

February 11, 2014

If you and your spouse are considering separating or getting a divorce, it is very important that you talk to an attorney to discuss how best to protect your rights . Often thoughcouples break up after a big fight and

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Gambling Addiction and Divorce: Divorcing a Gambler

What is a compulsive gambler? Compulsive gambling has been characterized as a progressive behavior disorder, where a person has an uncontrollable fixation and urge to gamble, as well as an emotional dependence on gambling and a complete loss of control. Someone with a gambling disorder is known as...

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What is walkaway wife syndrome?

Walk away wife syndrome is a term used to describe a wife’s behavior when she abruptly ends a relationship without first attempting to resolve conflicts. Walk away wife syndrome is also often referred to as neglected wife’s syndrome or sudden divorce syndrome. Neglected wife syndrome, lonely...

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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...

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