Who Gets the House in a Divorce in New Jersey?

  As you know, divorce is stressful, both emotionally and financially. When the prospect of losing a home comes into the picture, it only adds to this stress, as most people are emotionally attached to their homes, which, without question, is oftentimes also their most significant financial asset as well. Please continue reading and speak […]

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Why You Should Avoid Social Media During Divorce

Social media has become a part of the fabric of our society. It is nearly everywhere, and nearly every one of us has at least one social media account. Of course, social media has many positive aspects, such as allowing us to stay in contact with one another. However, there are various downsides to having […]

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Do I Have to Pay Child Support if I Don’t Have Custody of My Child in NJ?

  Oftentimes, after a divorce, when one spouse is denied custody of his or her child, that spouse may feel as though it is not his or her responsibility to pay for a child who he/she does not see, much less raise. Please continue reading and speak with our New Jersey family law attorneys to […]

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What You Need to Know About Child Custody in New Jersey

Child custody is among the most hotly-contested divorce-related issues, and if you are a divorcing parent, you are most likely extremely concerned about how the courts will determine your custody agreement. Please continue reading and speak with our knowledgeable New Jersey family law attorneys to learn more about child custody and how our firm can […]

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What is Marital Property in a New Jersey Divorce?

When a couple goes through a divorce, a significant part of the proceedings includes dividing property between the two spouses. To accomplish this, the property is broken down into two main categories. This includes marital property and separate property. This division can impact both parties’ futures in many ways. Continue reading below and retain the […]

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Sharing Child Custody on Halloween in New Jersey

No parent wants to give up time with their child, especially on a holiday. However, when parents are divorced, these matters can be difficult. Divorced parents maintain a custody and parenting agreement that outlines the time they each have with their child. These agreements usually designates the holidays parents can spend with their children, such […]

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