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How to Achieve a Low-Conflict Divorce in New Jersey

Often, spouses get divorced because they have simply grown apart. Other times, there is a more specific reason for the divorce and tensions run high. Either way, you likely want to get through the process as quickly and easily as possible. Divorce can be stressful no matter what, but there are a few ways to […]

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No-Fault Divorce in New Jersey | What to Know

Nowadays, many couples choose to get divorced. Sometimes, this is due to a specific reason, such as adultery, incarceration, and so on. But, often, spouses grow apart and their marriage no longer works. If this is the case, you may want to file for a no-fault divorce. Read on to learn more about no-fault divorce […]

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Does Adultery Impact a New Jersey Divorce?

Nowadays, divorces are incredibly common. One of the most common reasons for divorce is adultery. If your spouse has committed adultery, you are likely looking into your options. You may also be wondering how adultery can impact the outcome of your divorce. These questions are common and it is important to know that you are […]

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What to Know About Grandparents’ Rights in New Jersey

Often, child custody situations affect entire families. This tends to include grandparents. If a grandparent worries that they will not be able to spend as much time with their grandchild, they may need to request a visitation order. It is important to remember that you do have rights as a grandparent. In order to obtain […]

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Can I Stop Paying Child Support if I Lost My Job?

Child support is incredibly important to the well-being of a child. As such, both parents have a legal responsibility to help care for their children financially. But, sometimes, this becomes difficult. Read on to learn more about child support payments in the event of unemployment. How is Child Support Determined in New Jersey? When making […]

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What are the Most Common Family Law Issues During the Holidays?

The holidays are a family-oriented time. For divorced couples who share custody, this can make things difficult. How do you share custody during the holidays? Can you change a custody agreement in New Jersey? What about grandparent visitation rights? These are all questions that are brought up often during the holiday season. Read on to […]

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What Matters of Divorce Can be Resolved Through Mediation

Today, divorce is an issue many couples face. When it comes to divorce, there are a few different routes you can take. Mediation is becoming more and more popular as a way to settle a divorce. So, what is mediation? How does it differ from the other options? What matters can be resolved through mediation? […]

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Estate Planning During a Divorce | What to Know

If you are in the process of getting a divorce, many aspects of your life will change. Your estate plan should be updated to reflect these changes. Your estate plan allows you to make important decisions regarding your future. Many couples create estate plans involving each other once they are married because they have combined […]

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What Are the Benefits of Mediation? | What to Know

Many couples face the prospect of divorce. When you get a divorce, there are many matters to decide upon. You may have to consider child custody, division of assets, and so on. Another decision you have to make is how to decide these matters. There are multiple methods when it comes to finalizing a divorce. […]

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What Happens to the Family Home in a New Jersey Divorce?

Going through a divorce is a complicated process, as it requires the division of two people’s lives that were brought together as one. In most cases, this significantly impacts the future of both these parties as well as other family members who are involved. These impacts can be emotional and financial, as it is possible […]

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