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Reasons a Child Might Seek Emancipation in New Jersey
Reasons a Child Might Seek Emancipation in New Jersey

Emancipation is the process by which a minor becomes a legal adult before reaching the age of majority. In New Jersey, the age of majority is 18, whil...

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Does Your Child Need Counseling After a Divorce?
Does Your Child Need Counseling After a Divorce?

Divorce is a difficult process. For children, this time can be confusing and overwhelming. Some children may even blame themselves for their parents...

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How to Protect Your Assets in a Divorce
How to Protect Your Assets in a Divorce

Divorces can be painful. Securing your assets is likely one of the last things you want to think about, but the best way to protect yourself and your ...

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When is Too Soon to Start Dating During Divorce in New Jersey?
When is Too Soon to Start Dating During Divorce in New Jersey?

Though divorces can often be lengthy and burdensome, it is up to you to decide how to handle your new life situation. You may find that you want to me...

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Serving Your Spouse Divorce Papers
Serving Your Spouse Divorce Papers

Serving your spouse divorce papers is an important part of the process and it is crucial to understand how it works. You will need to file paperwork w...

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Adjusting to Co-Parenting Following Divorce or Separation
Adjusting to Co-Parenting Following Divorce or Separation

Co-parenting your child following divorce or separation is not easy. It can be challenging to find stability and security sharing time with your child...

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What Are the Most Common Financial Mistakes Made During a Divorce?
What Are the Most Common Financial Mistakes Made During a Divorce?

The divorce process can take a toll both mentally and financially. Expenses can pile up quickly between legal fees and any settlements that are agreed...

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Signs It Might Be Time to Get a Divorce
Signs It Might Be Time to Get a Divorce

Your marriage should be a source of joy and comfort in your life, not tension and anger. It is never easy to accept that your relationship may be fail...

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Should I Keep My Married Name After a Divorce?
Should I Keep My Married Name After a Divorce?

While it is often in the best interests of everyone involved, divorce is still a lengthy and complex process. Before a divorce can be finalized, many ...

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