What is Equitable Distribution in New Jersey?

One of the most concerning aspects of divorce is property distribution. If you are getting a divorce, you are most likely worried about which assets you will get to keep after the equitable distribution process. Please continue reading and speak with our New Jersey divorce attorney to learn more about equitable distribution and how our […]

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Divorce Mediation in New Jersey | What You Need to Know

When a couple gets divorced, all too often they cannot agree on the terms of their divorce, such as child custody terms, who will get to keep the house, and more. This is known as a contested divorce. If you find yourself in a contested divorce with your spouse, you are most likely worried about […]

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When Can I Stop Paying Child Support in New Jersey?

If you are a parent who either is paying child support or who receives child support payments, you are most likely very concerned about when those payments will end. Please continue reading and reach out to our experienced New Jersey family law attorney to learn more about child support and when it ends in NJ. […]

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Who Gets the House in an NJ Divorce?

If you are someone who is ready to get divorced, there is a very good chance you have a lot on your mind, especially if children are involved. If you do have children, then sorting out child custody is most likely your top priority, however, if you are a homeowner, keeping your house is most […]

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What You Need to Know About Post-Divorce Issues in New Jersey

If you are someone who has divorced in the past, though your circumstances have recently significantly changed, you may require a post-divorce modification to help sort out any post-divorce issues you may have. Fortunately, our experienced New Jersey divorce attorney can help. Please read on and give us a call today to learn more about […]

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What You Need to Know About High Net Worth Divorces in New Jersey

Divorce can be very complicated, both emotionally, financially, and legally. However, if you or your spouse is a high net worth individual, meaning one of you has assets worth over $1 million, and you are now looking to get divorced, it can become far more complicated. High net worth spouses have a lot at stake, […]

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