Category: Division of Assets

7 Tips On Sharing Your Children & Home During Morris County Divorce

Many divorcing couples discover that they need to continue to share their home temporarily until the divorce is final. This often happens for financial, parent-custody or legal strategy reasons. If you and your soon-to-be ex-spouse have decided to continue to live under the same roof until your divorce is final; there are a few things […]

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Protect Your Chester NJ Business, its Assets & Partners

Safeguarding yourself as well as your business and its assets from most lawsuits, including divorce, is important. Morris County Lawyers can recommend a smart legal and business strategy. 973-828-0829 In this article we will review several prudent practices to protect your business during divorce in New Jersey. We will review five smart suggestions that could […]

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Equitable Divorce Attorneys Morris County NJ

Morristown area family law and divorce lawyers deliver equitable divorce settlements in Chester, Chatham, Mendham, Harding, and Morris Township We recently published an article about Equitable Division of assets in which we clarified what this means in New Jersey. In this article, we will start with a brief reminder of why “fair” and “equal” are […]

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What are the different types of Alimony?

North Jersey Law Firm Breaks down Alimony into 5 Types Alimony, also called spousal support, is a legal obligation for a person to provide financial support to a spouse after divorce.  Once a marriage is dissolved either spouse can petition the court for interim support.  Alimony is not an absolute right and a strong case […]

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“Gray Divorce”, Divorce Ages 50 and Over

Morris County Lawyers handle “Gray Divorce” Cases  Recent studies show that 1 in 4 divorces involve people 50 and over. Moreover, a divorce in your 50’s has very different considerations than,a divorce in your 20’s, 30’s, or even 40’s. For example, while child custody, visitation, and child support are often a non-factors (children are already […]

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Divorce and Refinancing Your Morris County Home

Any divorce will present a myriad of complicated and emotional decisions.  Everything from alimony to child custody and child support will need to be agreed and decided on. However, one of the most difficult decisions that may need to be made is deciding what to do with a home.  Valuing and equitably dividing a family […]

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What Happens to Debt in a Morris County Divorce?

Living in America is expensive. Not many know that better than the people of Northern New Jersey who reside in counties such as Morris, Bergen, Somerset and Essex; these places rank as some of the most expensive places to live in all of the United States. Most of us go into debt for our cars, our […]

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Is My NJ Mediation Legally Binding?

Mediation is a commonly used form of alternative dispute resolution which seeks to resolve the issues of divorce and family law matters without formal litigation. Many individuals choose divorce mediation in order to keep their legal proceedings as amicable and flexible as possible, and to have the power to reach their own decisions in the areas of child custody, child support, alimony, and […]

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Why Choose Collaborative Divorce in Morris County?

Collaborative divorce, much like other alternative conflict resolution methods such as mediation, is a great choice for many divorcing spouses who wish to work together during the divorce process. Divorce is certainly a stressful time, but it does not need to be a battle. Many spouses are able to resolve even the most complex issues of divorce […]

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Financial Benefits of Divorce Chester, NJ

Divorce gets a bad rap in a lot of respects, but nowhere more than how it has the potential to negatively impact the financial wellbeing of former spouses. While this certainly can be the case without proper legal counsel, many family’s financial situation actually improves after a divorce. There are two primary ways to both protect […]

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