Category: Prenuptial Agreements

What is Considered a Default Divorce?

Contrary to popular belief, not all divorce proceedings are long and painful. It is actually quite common for divorcing spouses to come to amicable terms of a settlement agreement and get through their divorce with minimal interference. In some cases, this may result in what is known as a default divorce. While not all amicable divorces are ultimately […]

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Adultery and Divorce in New Jersey

It has been estimated that as many as one (1) in five (5) Americans admit to cheating on their significant others. While this number may come as a shock, unfortunately many individuals have already been impacted by infidelity within their own relationship or marriage. Many of our clients will then ask: when a marriage ends due […]

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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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What is Rehabilitative Alimony in New Jersey?

For spouses going through a divorce, the issue of alimony and spousal support is common. However, many people do not realize that there are actually five types of alimony agreements pursuant to New Jersey divorce law. In addition to the common limited duration alimony and open duration alimony, there is also reimbursement alimony, temporary alimony during divorce, and rehabilitative alimony. […]

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What to Do and What Not to Do During Divorce

Divorce is much more than a legal separation. Divorce is a division of commingled lives, a major shift in family dynamic, and can be extremely stressful. It is therefore understandable that many individuals make mistakes during the divorce process which they may come to regret. Not only can missteps impact your personal relationships, but they may also […]

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The National Economy and Divorce

It may come as no surprise, but divorce can be a costly endeavor. Since 2000, data collected by the U.S. Census Bureau has shown a dramatic correlation between the health of the national economy and the national divorce rate. Researchers have many theories as to why these two go hand in hand, but it primarily boils down to economic […]

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When Can my Alimony Agreement be Terminated?

After a divorce, many former spouses enter into some form of alimony agreement. Alimony is determined based on a litany of factors, but has no hard and fast rules which govern set amounts. Similarly, how and when to terminate alimony agreements is a legal grey area, with a number of considerations coming into play. Today, our divorce and […]

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Fox News Host to Divorce After Workplace Affair

Fox News host Jesse Watters has been served divorce papers after entering into an adulterous relationship with a co-worker. Noelle Watters, Jesse’s wife, filed for divorce this past October after learning about the extramarital affair. Jesse Watters is a regular on Fox News on his own show Watters’ World and as a guest on The Spin Stops Here Tour 2017 alongside […]

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Cohabitation; Post-Divorce Modifications and Agreements

Increasingly, adults are choosing to enter into “marital-style” relationships while remaining legally unmarried. This kind of relationship is referred to legally as “cohabitation”, and cohabitation can have a number of implications to existing divorce agreements such as alimony and child support. These implications come in the form of post-divorce modifications, specifically in the way that […]

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The Benefits of Having a Prenuptial Agreement

Prenuptial agreements often carry a somewhat negative connotation amongst newlyweds or couples soon to be married. Many of these people believe that by signing a prenuptial agreement, or even discussing one, you are saying you believe your marriage will eventually fail and result in a divorce. The truth of the matter however, is that prenuptial agreements […]

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