Restarting Your Career After Divorce
Apr 6, 2020
People who take time away from their career to raise children often experience some difficulty returning to work. For those who are also...
How Does Drug Addiction Impact a Divorce?
Mar 9, 2020
In the United States, there are about 24 million married people who are either an addict or married to one. Spousal addiction hurts...
Date of Separation Affects Divorce Proceedings
Jan 16, 2020
Date of separation is when a spouse determines the date that signifies the end of their marriage. It is an important date that...
A Breakdown of Alimony for New Jersey Residents
Jan 14, 2020
In a divorce, spouses often rely on their lawyers, mediators, and the courts to help determine spousal support. Spousal support, usually called alimony,...
Budgeting After Divorce
Dec 6, 2019
Budgeting after a divorce or during separation may be a new concept to individuals who decided to divorce from a spouse. Often, one...
Finding Hidden Assets During a Divorce
Nov 1, 2019
A divorce can be immensely stressful for yourself and for your family. Infidelity, finances, communication, and trust can all have negative impacts on...
What are My Options If I Want a Divorce, But I am a Stay-at-Home Mom?
Sep 25, 2019
Women who stay at home to take care of their children often play an important role in a family. These mothers often sacrifice...
Should I Hire a Private Investigator for My Divorce?
Aug 23, 2019
At some point when considering a divorce, a spouse may wonder if hiring a private investigator will help their case. While private investigators...
Mental Illness and Divorce
Aug 6, 2019
The state of an individual’s mentality can have a big impact on their life. Mental illness affects one’s outlook, motivation, and behavior. When...
Will I Need an Expert Witness for My Divorce Case?
Aug 1, 2019
While most people will not need an expert witness in their divorce case, there are always exceptions. While expert witnesses may testify in...
What Should I Do If My Spouse Stopped Paying Alimony?
Jul 30, 2019
Alimony or spousal support is a specific monetary figure that is designed to help support the other spouse after a divorce. The figure...
Why Is My Divorce Different Than Yours?
Jun 4, 2019
Many times, divorcing parties come to their initial family law consultations with preconceived notions taken from other divorces. Although having some knowledge about...
How Do I Appeal My Divorce Judgment?
May 28, 2019
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...
Alimony in New Jersey
May 7, 2019
Alimony, or spousal support, is money given to an individual by their former spouse. It is up to the court to decide how...
Gray Divorces and Their Impact on Finances
Feb 15, 2019
Since 1990 the rate of divorces for couples over the age of 50 has doubled. These types of divorces are often referred to...
Can I Keep My Pension After Divorce?
Feb 6, 2019
Marriage is a commitment born out of love, but it is also an economic contract. Long after the romance has fizzled out, real...
Can I Increase My Alimony?
Jan 3, 2019
Spousal support, otherwise known as alimony, is monetary payments made by one spouse to another for the purpose of acknowledging the non-monetary contributions...
Alimony Modifications in New Jersey
Sep 26, 2018
Not every divorce will result in a support order; however, spousal support, commonly referred to as alimony, may be awarded to a divorcing...
Tips for Going Back to School after Divorce
Aug 21, 2018
For many men and women, life after divorce is all about change. That often means a change of careers. For spouses who dropped...
Does your Prenuptial Agreement Need an Update?
Jun 30, 2018
Congress recently passed a new tax law with far-reaching ramifications. One of the more controversial aspects of the bill involves tax deductions and...
Military Divorce in New Jersey
May 25, 2018
For U.S. service members, there are special rules that apply to divorce proceedings. These specialized rules affect every aspect of the divorce process,...
Separation vs. Annulment in New Jersey
May 23, 2018
Separation and annulment are alternatives to divorce. They are different from divorce and from each other, so it is important to understand each...
New Tax Law Effect on Alimony
Mar 23, 2018
The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act was designed to deliver tax relief to low and middle-income Americans. The reforms make some notable changes...
The Divorce Process: What You Need to Know
Mar 8, 2018
Marital breakups are never easy. Understanding the process of filing for divorce can be the first step in resolving many of the legal,...
Can You Get Palimony in New Jersey? Not Without a Written Promise
Jan 27, 2014
In New Jersey, unmarried couples that have dated for a significant time, and separate, are probably not going to be able to collect...
Types of Alimony in New Jersey
Oct 13, 2013
There are four basic types of Alimony permitted in New Jersey: Limited duration alimony Permanent alimony Reimbursement alimony Rehabilitative alimony Limited Duration Alimony Limited duration...