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What do I Need to Know About Court Mandated Mediation in New Jersey?

The process of mediation is a common alternative to a litigated divorce or family law matters. Mediation involves the participation of both parties as well as an unbiased third-party mediator to help divorcing spouses or parents reach conclusions regarding their issues. Generally, this is a voluntary process that parties can choose to engage in. However, […]

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What are the Grounds for an Annulment in New Jersey?

There are many situations in which couples wish to get an annulment rather than a divorce. If you are looking to learn more about this process, continue reading below to learn more and contact an experienced New Jersey divorce attorney for assistance during this time.  What is the Difference Between Annulments and Divorces? The main […]

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How Can I Have a Low Conflict Divorce in New Jersey?

While there are some cases in which divorces can happen amicably, there are others marriages that end where spouses are not on good terms. It is in these situations where divorce proceedings can consist of a great deal of hostility and conflict. However, this does not always have to be the case. There are ways […]

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What do I Need to Know About Expert Witnesses in a New Jersey Divorce?

During a divorce, expert witnesses are sometimes used to assist a case. This is typically done outside of litigation through alternative dispute resolution methods, such as mediation, arbitration, and collaborative divorces. These individuals are often in the financial or psychological field. Using an expert is valuable because of their knowledge, experience, and unbiased view of […]

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What do I Need to Know About a No-Fault Divorce in New Jersey?

When going into a divorce, there are many difficult decisions that must be made. This includes the type of divorce a spouse will file for. In the state of New Jersey, there are two options when filing for divorce. This includes fault-based divorce or a no-fault divorce. It is important to understand the process and […]

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Who Gets the Family House in a New Jersey Divorce?

The process of divorce requires couples to separate their lives from one another. This involves dividing any assets they have between the two of them. This is rarely an easy process, as spouses often do not want to give up things they cherish. This can include a family home. In most cases, spouses wonder what […]

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What Should I Know About Gray Divorces in New Jersey?

People can experience divorce at any age, even after being married for over 40 years. Cases such as these became known as “gray divorces.” Originally, the term came from the idea that anyone married for this long must be starting to gray. However, it is more commonly used now for divorces of spouses in their […]

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