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    • Types of Alimony in a New Jersey Divorce

      In New Jersey, there are several forms of alimony. These different types are usually awarded under different circumstances. New Jersey divorce courts recognize that not all divorces are the same, and ...

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    • What is the Difference Between Divorce & Annulment?

      When it comes to ending a marriage, there are two possible choices: divorce and annulment. Most people are familiar with how divorce works, but annulment is much less clear. In this blog, we will ...

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    • Reasonably Ending Alimony in New Jersey

      There comes a time in all cases when the rights and responsibilities of the parties come to an end. In cases with children, the rights and responsibilities as a parent never end, but as far as the ...

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    • Protecting Your Assets in a Divorce

      The divorce process involves the unraveling of many issues that became entwined during the course of a marriage. From who gets the house to what happens of the joint bank account and other assets, ...

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    • Prenuptial Agreements Increase Among Millennial Couples

      Prenuptial agreements, or pre-marital agreements, have not historically had the best reputation. While they may have once been viewed as un-romantic or only for celebrities and the super wealthy, ...

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    • What Types of Assets are Divided in Divorce?

      Marriages are partnerships in which property becomes intertwined and finances shared. If you are contemplating divorce, understanding how the process works and what New Jersey law has to say about the ...

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    • Calculating Child Support in New Jersey

      Wondering how child support is calculated in New Jersey? There is no simple answer, as there are many considerations that go into a decision. Since each case and each set of circumstances is ...

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    • How Parental College Contributions Affect Child Support

      Helping your child attend college and receive an education that can aid them in becoming productive and contributing members to society is an important part of parenthood. By law, parents have an ...

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    • How to Enforce a Child Support Order in New Jersey

      Financial support of a child is the responsibility of both parents, whether married or divorced. If the parents are divorced, however, the judge will most likely enter an order regarding the amount of ...

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    • How Much Child Support Do You Pay for One Child?

      As part of a divorce involving two parents, the court is going to establish child support payments . Due to the court’s own rules that require it to consider the best interests of the child first and ...

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    • Summer Vacations & Child Custody: What You Need to Know

      With the summer months upon us, children and families across the country have all the more reason to get out and about, head out on vacation, and travel. While summer vacation is a time for parents to ...

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    • Non-Parent Third Parties & Child Custody

      Many child custody cases involve biological parents, a child’s father and mother, who negotiate agreements or abide by court orders regarding custody rights and visitation arrangements. In many cases, ...

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    • Divorce & Parenting Plans: 4 Tips to Create Workable Agreements

      Parents with minor children will face a number of important decisions as they navigate the divorce process. Although working together, striking compromise, and reaching a workable agreement over child ...

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    • 4 Things to Do Before You Start Your Divorce

      If you are ready to initiate a divorce , or are still considering one, getting started can seem like a difficult and daunting task. With so much to unravel and so many new terms, rules, and laws to ...

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    • Protecting Your Assets in a Divorce

      The divorce process involves the unraveling of many issues that became entwined during the course of a marriage. From who gets the house to what happens of the joint bank account and other assets, ...

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    • What Are Temporary Orders in Divorce?

      When it comes to divorce , there is generally one ultimate goal: to get a divorce. While this may seem simple, there are a number of issues to address and resolve before a divorce is finalized. There ...

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    • How Does Domestic Violence Change the Divorce Process?

      Domestic violence affects hundreds of men and women across the country each year, and it is no surprise it is the basis of many divorces. If you are a victim of domestic violence from your spouse and ...

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    • Divorcing an Abusive Spouse

      Spousal abuse is an unfortunate and far-too-common problem in some homes. Whether you or your children are suffering from emotional or physical abuse, it’s pivotal you seek safety as soon as possible ...

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    • Civil Harassment Order Vs. Temporary Restraining Order

      Most people have heard of temporary restraining orders. When it comes to domestic violence related matters, this is one of the most common legal documents used to protect victims or alleged victims. ...

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    • Family Law Litigation: What to Expect in a Trial

      In matters involving divorce or family law , including child custody and parenting time, spouses are encouraged to communicate, compromise, and reach workable agreements outside of the courtroom. ...

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    • Divorce & Parenting Plans: 4 Tips to Create Workable Agreements

      Parents with minor children will face a number of important decisions as they navigate the divorce process. Although working together, striking compromise, and reaching a workable agreement over child ...

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    • 3 Tips to Cope with Divorce During Thanksgiving

      For most people, the Thanksgiving holiday is a time to be with family and to give thanks. Unfortunately, for individuals moving through the divorce process or for families that have recently grown ...

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    • Why Parents May Need to File Guardianship of Their Own Children

      You can probably see parents everywhere doing double takes over this, wondering what the point is to filing for a guardianship of a child they already claim as their own. Here's the thing: ...

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    • The Difference Between a Guardianship and Adoption

      This can be confusing for a bunch of reasons, because the fact remains – when you adopt a child, you're automatically in guardianship of that child. You retain legal and physical rights. You're in ...

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    • Divorce Statistics

      Did you know that the divorce rate gradually grows as adults move into the older adult bracket? According to a Moskowitz Law Group, the years between 45 and 49 are when there is the highest percentage ...

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    • As published by Bergen Magazine on December 2017

      Article from Bergen Magazine. Click here to view full article.

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    • Moskowitz Law Group, LLC Offers Divorce Services in Hebrew

      Our firm is pleased to share that we offer divorce services in Hebrew. Our founding partner, Attorney Galit Moskowitz, is a fluent speaker of Hebrew and has practiced exclusively in the area of family ...

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    • Moskowitz Law Group, LLC to Relocate to Court Plaza North

      Our firm is pleased to announce that we will be relocating our Hackensack office to a new office building in Hackensack’s Court Plaza North. The spacious 5,000-square-foot office space is within a ...

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    • Grey Divorce & the Factors You May Have to Consider

      In most cases, when two people decide to file for divorce , they move through a process of mental, physical, and emotional detachment. While each spouse will have to move through these phases, they ...

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    • How to Protect Your Finances in a Divorce

      Getting a divorce can be an emotionally challenging experience. With so many changes in your near future involving your kids, your home, your taxes, and your everyday life, it is understandable that ...

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    • Three Reasons Why You Should Have Already Made a Prenuptial Agreement

      Prenuptial agreements tend to have a negative reputation among those soon to be wed. Many people are led to believe that if you want to make a prenup, you are basically betting on your divorce failing ...

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    • Is Marriage Declining Due to Income Inequality?

      Who knew that success in marriage would be largely defined by wealth? It's hardly a new concept in our day and age, but statistically, with the wealth gap and income inequality getting much, much ...

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    • Splitting Up or Splitting the House: Which Is Easier in Divorce and Taxes?

      It's a matter of fact that you don't have to pay any income taxes on assets transferred as a divorce is processed. However, know this: a house unfortunately will be handed over to one spouse or the ...

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