Tag: Parsippany NJ Divorce Attorney

Will I Need a Forensic Accountant in My Morris County Divorce Action?

Any separation and divorce can be complicated, however divorce in its simplest form is about dividing marital assets and debts in order that each spouse can continue their life free of the other. Sometimes the process can be relatively simple: house, cars, bank accounts, credit card bills. Other belongings may go to one spouse or the […]

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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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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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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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How Life Insurance May Factor into Your New Jersey Divorce

Among the many issues that must be addressed during your divorce, critical decisions must be made with regard to insurance. Obviously, insurance can take many forms, encompassing homeowner’s insurance, auto insurance, health insurance, and others that protect you and those you love in the event of an accident, injury, illness, or other potential challenge. When dealing […]

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How Your Attachment Style May Influence the Way You Handle Divorce

Divorce is a highly individualized experience, and our reasons for arriving at this life-altering decision are as diverse as our responses to the divorce process. Often, individuals undergo an evolution of feelings during and after divorce, experiencing a series of emotions that are similar to the five stages of grief: denial, anger, bargaining, depression and acceptance. […]

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