Tag: Morris County NJ Divorce Lawyer

Impact of Parental Alienation on Children Morris County NJ

Divorce and Child custody issues are some of the most complicated and impactful judgments made by the courts in Morristown, Morris, Chester and across Morris County .  The fiscal, and emotional futures of entire families often hang in the balance. Family law conflicts are rarely simple and often involve complicated legal matters that can be very intimidating to the average person. The New Jersey divorce […]

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Equitable Divorce Attorneys Morris County NJ

Morristown area family law and divorce lawyers deliver equitable divorce settlements in Chester, Chatham, Mendham, Harding, and Morris Township We recently published an article about Equitable Division of assets in which we clarified what this means in New Jersey. In this article, we will start with a brief reminder of why “fair” and “equal” are […]

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Taxes and Divorce

Divorcing individuals often have questions about tax their considerations and how they are affected by their divorce. While most divorce attorneys will urge you to speak with a financial consultant about your post-divorce finances and obligations, we can look at some of the more frequently asked questions regarding divorce and taxes. Should I file my […]

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The Benefits of Divorce

Divorce is a difficult process to go through. Even in uncontested divorces it can often be all too easy to lose sight of the many benefits divorce can have for you. Staying positive during your divorce can help make the transition much easier, both emotionally and financially. Let’s take a look at some of the […]

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Finding the Right Divorce Lawyer for You

Divorcing is a complicated process. Many different factors need to be taken into account, and the individual needs of clients varies greatly on a case-by-case basis. When divorcing, how do you find the right lawyer for you? Opening the yellow pages and calling the first divorce lawyer you see may be easy, but it probably […]

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NJ Appellate Division Addresses Savings in Alimony Determinations

Pursuant to the recently decided case of Lombardi v. Lombardi, the New Jersey Appellate Division addressed whether the parties’ history of regularly saving money as part of their marital lifestyle necessitates the inclusion of savings as an element of alimony. The parties in Lombardi utilized a small percentage of their substantial income to pay their […]

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How Alimony May be Decided After Over-Spending

In New Jersey divorces, the question of alimony nearly always involves the “marital lifestyle,” meaning the standard of living that you and your spouse enjoyed during your marriage. The primary intention of alimony is to ensure that neither spouse experiences a catastrophic decrease in his or her lifestyle after divorce. However, with the economy in constant flux, […]

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Common Reasons for Divorce that You May Not Have Considered

When asked why couples fight, separate, and eventually divorce, more often than not people point to three big issues: money, children, and cheating. However, there are several additional relationship woes that are less often discussed but equally damaging, according to marriage therapists. Below we will examine some of these potential signs of relationship demise and how they […]

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How to Make the Most of Your New Jersey Divorce

As individuals, partners, employees, and parents, we often put pressure on ourselves to perform, to succeed, to “do things well.” When beginning the process of divorce, the decision itself may seem like a failure, a proverbial “throwing in the towel,” or a negative reflection on your ability to maintain a relationship. We are taught not […]

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