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Divorce: Changing Your Perspective and Improving Your Life

While the word “divorce” certainly carries a somewhat negative connotation in our society, the fact of the matter is that a divorce is often an extremely healthy thing for a person involved in an unhappy or angry relationship to pursue. Certainly, some divorces will be “easier” than others depending on the method used (alternative dispute […]

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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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Morris County Teen’s Fears About Divorce

Child custody plans for teens during and after divorce are particularly important. It’s a turbulent time as young people transition into adulthood. They are striving to establish their identity, become increasingly independent and develop judgement and social skills. Divorce, and the broad fears and emotional stress it stirs up, can seriously undermine the already challenging […]

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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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Types of Alimony in New Jersey

Alimony is a form of payment made from one ex spouse to another for a variety of considerations. Judges may factor in the length of a marriage, the education, earning capacity, and employability of both spouses, the age and health of each party, and more when determining the amount and type of alimony to be paid. […]

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Transitioning Your Life after Divorce

For many people, a divorce can represent much more than the ending of a marriage, it can bring about the need for large changes to the way they live, work, and even to how they view themselves and the world. Making these kinds of changes is often extremely difficult, and the longer you were married, […]

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Ensuring Full and Accurate Financial Information during Divorce

During any divorce, it is critical that your Morris County divorce attorney has a complete and accurate picture of your marital finances so that they can help you to fairly decide issues such as child support, alimony, and most importantly, division of marital assets and debt. When both spouses participated in the management of family […]

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