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Recent Posts in May 2019

  • How are Stock Awards Divided in a Divorce?
    Divorce tends to be an emotional and stressful experience, accompanied by important tasks, such as the distribution of assets. Spouses divide assets such...
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  • How Do I Appeal My Divorce Judgment?
    You received your divorce decree but have concerns about the judge’s decision. In New Jersey, you can appeal the judge’s decision and try...
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  • How Can I File for Divorce If My Spouse Moved Out of State?
    When married partners separate, they do not always remain in the same state. One might take a job in a different state. Another...
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  • Divorce Pretrial Hearings
    After divorce has been initiated by one spouse, and the other has answered their divorce petition, couples have the option to settle their...
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  • Teenagers and Divorce
    Divorce is never easy for children, and it is even more difficult for teenagers. When parents end their marriage, it is common for...
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  • Child Custody and Substance Abuse
    New Jersey family courts make decisions based on what is in the best interest of the child. A parent with a known drug...
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  • Alimony in New Jersey
    Alimony, or spousal support, is money given to an individual by their former spouse. It is up to the court to decide how...
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  • Relocating with Children After Divorce
    At least one parent, if not both, expect to move after a divorce. Typically, that means getting an apartment or smaller home a...
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