Can two litigants use one mediator in New Jersey?

April 22, 2019

Mediation Lawyers serving Whippany, Parsippany, Randolph, and Mount Olive and across Northern New Jersey If you and your spouse choose to use a mediator to attempt to reach a settlement in your divorce, there are a number of benefits personally, financially, legally, and as it relates to the health of your children and overall family […]


Benefits of Mediation in Morris County Divorce Cases

April 19, 2019

Serving Mediation Clients in towns such as Morristown, Whippany, Dover, Parsippany, Randolph and across Morris County NJ If you and your spouse are interested in maintaining control of your divorce process, mitigating costs, and providing the most productive and safe environment for your children as you navigate the process and assemble a new normal, then […]


Are prenuptial agreements enforceable in Morris County Divorce Cases?

April 17, 2019

Providing counsel related to prenuptial and all marital agreements to clients in Morristown, Whippany, Dover, Parsippany, and across Morris County, NJ We are often asked by our clients whether or not a prenuptial agreement will be determined as valid when considering divorce. We will give the basic answer and guidelines to a valid prenuptial agreement […]


Divorce: Changing Your Perspective and Improving Your Life

April 14, 2019

While the word “divorce” certainly carries a somewhat negative connotation in our society, the fact of the matter is that a divorce is often an extremely healthy thing for a person involved in an unhappy or angry relationship to pursue. Certainly, some divorces will be “easier” than others depending on the method used (alternative dispute […]


Understanding Permanent Alimony and Open Duration Alimony

April 1, 2019

One of the most commonly misunderstood legal terms is that of “permanent alimony”, and this misunderstanding is what to its name being changed to “open duration alimony” as part of New Jersey’s 2014 Alimony Reform Act. Introducing a variety of changes to New Jersey alimony laws, changing the legal name of permanent alimony to open […]


Destroying Property and Restraining Orders

March 28, 2019

When most people think of domestic violence and abuse, they most likely think of overt physical actions committed by one party against another. While such an action would certainly be considered domestic violence (given the two parties have one of the types of relationships described in the NJ Prevention of Domestic Violence Act (PDVA)), many […]


Struggling Morris County Marriage: Work it out or Divorce?

March 20, 2019

As anyone who is or has been married knows, marriage comes with it many joys and many heartbreaks. All marriages have their good and bad times. It is difficult to see if a marriage is over and should be ended or if the marriage is just in a difficult patch that can be worked out […]


Retroactively Modifying Unallocated Child Support Morris County NJ

March 14, 2019

In any divorce where children are involved both child support and child custody are often the most important issues to both parties; with support having the biggest financial implications on the divorcing parties and also having a major effect on the children’s lives. As children grow older and reach the age of emancipation modifications to […]