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Can I Protect Retirement Funds with a Prenuptial Agreement?
Can I Protect Retirement Funds with a Prenuptial Agreement?

One of the benefits of a prenuptial agreement is that it can allow a person to protect their retirement funds. Retirement accounts are marital assets ...

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Top 5 Signs You Need an Attorney for Child Custody
Top 5 Signs You Need an Attorney for Child Custody

While going through a divorce is already stressful, the process can be much more overwhelming when children are involved. In these cases, a child cust...

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What is a “Fair” Division of Property in Divorce?
What is a “Fair” Division of Property in Divorce?

Going through a divorce is often stressful and can leave both spouses overwhelmed by this massive change in their lives. One major part of the divorce...

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Can Your Parenting Plan Be Too Detailed?
Can Your Parenting Plan Be Too Detailed?

Parenting plans are essential in divorces that involve children. These contracts can address a variety of different issues and range in the level of d...

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I Just Found Out My Spouse Cheated on Me! Now What?
I Just Found Out My Spouse Cheated on Me! Now What?

Finding out that your spouse has cheated on you can be a shocking and hurtful experience. That kind of betrayal is difficult to handle, but it is impo...

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Is My Spouse Entitled to a Part of My Inheritance?
Is My Spouse Entitled to a Part of My Inheritance?

Marital property is shared property that two spouses acquire during their marriage. New Jersey is an equitable distribution state, rather than a commu...

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Questions to Ask Your Divorce Lawyer During the Initial Consultation
Questions to Ask Your Divorce Lawyer During the Initial Consultation

An initial consultation is the first meeting you have with a lawyer that can give you the time to discuss relevant information about your case. Decidi...

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How Do Courts Calculate Alimony in New Jersey?
How Do Courts Calculate Alimony in New Jersey?

Alimony is a form of financial support that an individual must legally provide to their spouse, usually after they have successfully filed for divorce...

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What You Can’t Include in Your Prenup 
What You Can’t Include in Your Prenup 

Creating a prenuptial agreement can be a confusing and difficult process for both spouses. Many may know what to include in a prenuptial agreement but...

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