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Can I Modify My Child Custody Arrangement in New Jersey?

November 19, 2020

Once two people choose to untangle their lives together, a lot of big changes may follow. For example, you or your ex-spouse may choose to move out of state, or go down a completely different career path. Your circumstances may change dramatically, and if children are involved, these changes can greatly affect them. Child custody […]

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High Net Worth Divorce in New Jersey? What to Know

November 18, 2020

No one gets married planning to get divorced, but life can be unpredictable. Nowadays, many couples face the prospect of divorce, but when high net worth individuals choose to get divorced, things can become especially complicated. Any kind of divorce is difficult, but the more assets involved, the more complex things become. As a result, […]

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How can Victims of Domestic Violence Access Financial Support?

November 12, 2020

When it comes to domestic violence, there are many forms of abuse. One form of abuse is financial. This may include completely controlling one’s finances or running up credit card debt, among other things. Lacking finances, or control over one’s finances, can make it feel impossible to leave an abusive situation. If you or a […]

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Child Custody in New Jersey? Here’s What to Know

November 11, 2020

A divorce is a complicated matter. Things become even more complicated when children are involved. As a result, courts will often make decisions on behalf of the parents when it comes to child custody. This is done to ensure that the child’s well-being is put first. Read on to learn more about child custody, the […]

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What is New Jersey’s Divorce Process?

November 5, 2020

Nowadays, many couples face the prospect of divorce. While a divorce can be a difficult process to go through, it can be the most beneficial option for you, your spouse, and your families. Every couple is different, and every divorce is different. Some divorces are more complicated than others, whereas some are quickly and amicably […]

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Prenuptial Agreements in New Jersey

November 4, 2020

A prenuptial agreement can be a difficult subject to broach with your future spouse. There is a negative stigma surrounding prenuptial agreements, but they can be beneficial to both parties in the long run. A prenuptial agreement can benefit a marriage in many ways. For example, it will likely allow for open and honest communication. […]

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What are Different Types of Divorce in New Jersey?

October 29, 2020

There are many different ways a divorce can take place in the state of New Jersey. Sometimes, spouses are able to work out their marital issues without the assistance of a judge. However, there are others who may need the assistance. Continue reading below to learn about the different types of divorce in New Jersey […]

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Handling Child Custody on Halloween in New Jersey

October 28, 2020

When parents get divorced, one of the parts of life that it impacts is the holidays. It is because of this that many people designate the holidays they will spend with their child. This can include Halloween. Parents who are divorced do not always get to spend Halloween with their child every year. In the […]

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Listen to Paul H. Townsend, Esq. on Business Talk Radio Tomorrow, 10/26/2020

October 25, 2020

Paul H. Townsend, Esq. of TTN Law was recently interviewed by Business Talk Radio. Click one of the two links below tune in tomorrow, 10/26 at 9:16 am, and listen to what Attorney Townsend has to say about our law firm, how the recent pandemic has shaped our practice, and more. https://businesstalkradio1.com/studio-three/ https://tunein.com/radio/Busness-Talk-Radio-s297288/

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What do I Need to Know About Equitable Distribution in New Jersey?

October 23, 2020

When a divorce takes place, there are many couples who have to complete the process through litigation. These situations can subject their assets to equitable distribution. This process is when the court determines how to divide a couple’s assets fairly between the two of them. It is important to know this is not necessarily an […]

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