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What Is the Difference Between an Uncontested Divorce and a Contested Divorce?

There are two types of divorce: uncontested and contested. The type of divorce will depend on the spouse’s personal situation and the ability of the couple to come to terms with their marital issues. If you are facing a divorce, it may be beneficial for you to navigate this process with the assistance of an […]

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Is it Possible to Win Child Custody Back?

When a parent is deemed unfit, they may risk losing custody of their child. If you have recently lost custody of your child, you may be wondering if it is possible to win back your custody. Continue reading and reach out to our experienced family law attorney to discover the best plan of action for […]

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The Dos and Donts to Consider When Facing a Divorce

There are many actions that can benefit your divorce and there are many behaviors that can negatively impact your divorce. Continue reading to learn the “dos” and “don’ts” for someone facing a divorce. Behavior That Will Benefit Your Divorce Proceedings To achieve smooth divorce proceedings, it is important to take into consideration the following “dos” […]

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What are the Different Types of Adoption in New Jersey?

If you are looking into adopting a child in New Jersey, you may be curious about the different types of adoption that are available in the state. To learn more about the different types of adoption in New Jersey and which process is best for you and your situation, continue reading and reach out to […]

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How Do New Jersey Courts Decide on Child Visitation Terms?

If your former spouse has been granted sole custody of the child you share together, you may be seeking information regarding child visitation terms in New Jersey. Continue reading and reach out to our experienced family law attorney to learn the difference between sole and joint custody and how New Jersey courts make decisions regarding […]

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How Does Alimony Work in New Jersey? | What to Know

When two people get married, their finances become intertwined. Separating these finances can become difficult. As a result, some spouses will be ordered to pay alimony, also known as spousal maintenance. Read on to learn more about how alimony arrangements are determined. How is Alimony Determined? When making a decision about alimony, the court will […]

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How Does Child Custody Work in New Jersey?

Child custody is often the most sensitive matter of a divorce. As a result, it is important to understand the process. Read on to learn more about child custody in New Jersey. What are the Different Types of Custody? When it comes to custody, the first thing to understand is the different types. In New […]

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Which Parent Receives Advance Child Tax Credit Payments?

When it comes to divorced parents, taxes can be difficult to navigate. Read on to learn more about advance child tax credit payments in New Jersey and which parents may be eligible to receive these payments. What are Advance Child Tax Credit Payments? The advance child tax credit is part of the American Rescue Plan, […]

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Common Concerns Surrounding Prenuptial Agreements in New Jersey

When it comes to signing a prenuptial agreement, many people feel worried. Many of these worries are due to the stigma surrounding prenuptial agreements. Read on to learn about some of the most common concerns regarding prenuptial agreements and why your fears may be unnecessary. Does a Prenup Indicate a Lack of Trust? A prenuptial […]

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Dating During a New Jersey Divorce | What You Need to Know

Many people do not realize it, but when it comes to divorce, there are certain behaviors it is important to avoid. Read on to learn more about the dos and don’ts of divorce proceedings: Do: If you are getting a divorce, you should do the following: If you have to pay your spouse, do so […]

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  •  What Is the Difference Between an Uncontested Divorce and a Contested Divorce?
  •  Is it Possible to Win Child Custody Back?
  •  The Dos and Donts to Consider When Facing a Divorce