Tag: Morris County NJ Divorce Attorneys

Should I Try to Save My Marriage, or File for a Divorce?

When working with our Morris County divorce clients, one of the most common questions they have for us is if we think they should actually pursue a divorce, or try to save their marriage. Unfortunately, there is usually no easy or one-size-fits-all answer to this question. Of course, if one partner has a new romantic […]

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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 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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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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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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How Does College Affect Child Support Payments in New Jersey?

With college costs and student debt rising, young Americans are graduating from college with more debt than ever before. In fact, the average college graduate in 2015 had a student loan debt of approximately $35,000 on their shoulders, according to Edvisors. In addition, nearly 71% of graduates who earn a bachelor’s degree will have some […]

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Must I Litigate My New Jersey Divorce?

One of the many misconceptions surrounding the process of divorce is the belief that a Court must decide all issues arising in your case. In essence, clients believe that they are not at liberty to make important decisions regarding child custody, parenting time, child support, and equitable distribution, because that is the role of the […]

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