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How Does Alimony Work in New Jersey?

If you are a financially dependent spouse and are getting a divorce, you must read on and reach out to an experienced New Jersey alimony attorney to learn more about how we can help you through the legal process going forward. Alimony is oftentimes a hotly-contested issue in divorce, so you cannot afford to fight for […]

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What is a Contested Divorce?

No spouse imagines they will get a divorce when saying “I do,” however, unfortunately, it happens perhaps more than you think. If you are getting a divorce and cannot agree on its terms with your spouse, you are in a contested divorce. Please read on to learn more about the process going forward, and how […]

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Should I File for Divorce First?

When spouses get divorced, there are several factors that will determine the outcome. One of the most overlooked factors is who files first. You may not know it, but who files first can significantly impact your divorce. If you are ready to file, read on and reach out to our experienced firm to learn more […]

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Will the Length of my Marriage Affect my Divorce?

When a couple gets divorced, very often the largest concern, aside from child custody, is who will get to keep the house, and to what extent their divorce will impact their lives financially. Various factors contribute to the court’s ultimate decision regarding the terms of your divorce, however, the length of your marriage certainly matters. […]

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Can I Get a Divorce is my Spouse is Currently Living in a Different State?

Getting divorced is never easy. Divorce law is complicated, and divorce itself can have major emotional and financial implications. Unfortunately, the process can be made even more complicated if you and your spouse are currently living in different states. However, with the help of an experienced divorce attorney, and a bit of self-education, you make […]

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What Shouldn’t I do When Getting a Divorce?

Divorce is a complicated, oftentimes gloomy process that no one wants to endure. Unfortunately, if you find yourself in a divorce, it’s too late to turn back now. While you may harbor feelings of anger, or even hatred towards your spouse for infidelity, for instance, you cannot let your emotions get the best of you. […]

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