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Determining When to Compromise or Hold Firm During Divorce Negotiations

No matter how amicable a separation, going through a divorce can be difficult and strenuous on all the parties involved. Emotional turmoil can impair ...

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Who Pays Attorneys’ Fees in a New Jersey Divorce?

Divorce may be a personal decision you feel is necessary to move on with the life you want. However, it is also a legal process that can be filled wit...

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Managing the Holidays, Children & Divorce: Helpful Tips

The holiday season can be a hectic one for anybody, but for parents with a recent, pending, or impending divorce, the logistics can be truly tough. Fr...

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Will Alimony be Reduced After a Job Change?

In our previous blog, we discussed some of the most important and lesser-known aspects of alimony. From how and when it’s awarded to the way it is t...

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8 Things You Should Know About Alimony in New Jersey Divorce Cases

This New Year is bringing some big changes to how the U.S. government will treat alimony – meaning no more deductions for paying parties, and tax-fr...

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Is Legal Separation the Same as Divorce in New Jersey?

  Breaking up, calling it quits, splitting up. Ending a relationship, no matter what words you choose to describe it, can mean a lot of different...

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What About the Ring? Breakups, Divorce & New Jersey Law

Not everything turns out as expected, especially when it comes to relationships and marriage. In fact, statistics show that roughly 1 in 5 engagements...

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Are Personal Injury Settlements Marital or Separate Property in a New Jersey Divorce?

The division of assets and debts ranks high atop the list when it comes to the most recognizable aspects of divorce. In New Jersey, property division ...

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New Research Shows Decline in U.S. Divorce Rates

Divorce, just like many other matters of family law and other legal areas, is continually evolving. While new legislation and landmark decisions pla...

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Dividing Assets in a Gray Divorce

As we discussed in a previous blog post, divorce rates among older adults in the U.S. have steadily increased. Since divorce rates for adults over 50 ...

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