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Category: Post Divorce Modification

How to Solve Post-Divorce Issues in New Jersey

When a couple chooses to get divorced, there are many matters that must be resolved, such as child support, child custody, alimony, and so on. But, things change. An agreement that may have worked at the time of the divorce may no longer work for you down the line. A divorce can drastically change your […]

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What is a Post-Judgment Modification?

During divorce proceedings, a couple is required to settle their marital issues before they can officially go their separate ways. Once these decisions are reached, they must be approved by the judge in order to be considered the law. When they are finalized, they are required to be followed by both former-spouses, otherwise, they can […]

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What is a Post-Divorce Modification?

After a divorce is final, a family can move on with their life. Over time, they are usually presented with certain changes, causing life to not be the same as it was at the time of the divorce filing. It is because of this that the former spouses’ settlement agreement may no longer suit their […]

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What are the Roles of Custodial and Non-Custodial Parents after a Divorce?

When a couple goes through a divorce, they must settle numerous legal matters. If they are parents, this involves making arrangements for the future of their children. This can include matters such as child custody and child support. Once these decisions are made, it establishes a child’s custodial and non-custodial parents. These roles in a […]

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Can I Modify a Child Custody Agreement in New Jersey?

When a couple goes through a divorce, they are required to make arrangements for their future. If the couple has children, they must do the same for their kids. Divorce can be frightening for children, as they often wonder how often they will get to see their parents. It is because of this that a […]

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Who is the Non-Custodial Parent After a Divorce?

When parents go through a divorce, their life changes as well as the lives of their children. During this time, they are required to settle future arrangements that the children can move on with their lives as smoothly as possible. This includes determining child custody and child support. When custody is arranged, it establishes a […]

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Who is the Custodial Parent After a Divorce?

When parents go through a divorce, they are required to settle future arrangements for their children. This includes matters of child custody and child support. During the proceedings, parents determine custody arrangements, including physical and legal custody. This establishes a child’s custodial and non-custodial parent. The custodial parent is the one with whom the child […]

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Modifying Settlement Agreements in New Jersey

When couples go through divorce proceedings, they are required to settle their marital issues before the divorce is considered final. All decisions, regardless of how they are reached, must be approved by a judge. Once the arrangements are finalized by the judge, it is considered a law. This means that once the conclusions are final, […]

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Benefits of Prenuptial Agreements

Serving clients in Morristown, Whippany and across Morris County NJ Benefits of a Prenuptial Agreement The benefits of a prenuptial agreement are really to give you a blueprint. If you were unfortunate to go down that road of divorce, it gives you a blueprint as to how a divorce would unfold. One of the benefits […]

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Kickoff Post-Divorce Communications With A New Style

Change Communications Styles Post Divorce Morris County Family Law Attorneys Serving Morristown, Chester, Chatham, Mendham, Harding, Parsippany and Morris Township. During and after a divorce you may wish to have as little (or nothing!) to do with your ex. There can be considerable resentment and sadness, or maybe you’re just exhausted from the emotional stress. Whatever […]

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