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When Can I Stop Paying Alimony in New Jersey?

If you have divorced months or years ago, the alimony agreement reached may no longer reflect you and your former spouse’s financial situations. When this is the case, many spouses will seek to modify their initial alimony agreement. Our experienced New Jersey firm can help. Please continue reading to learn more. Can my former spouse […]

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Will I Lose Part of My Business in a Divorce?

If you own a business, you most likely take great pride in all you’ve accomplished. That is why if you are getting a divorce, you are most likely very worried about the fate of your business, and whether you will be able to keep it. Please continue reading and speak with our experienced New Jersey […]

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Does Adultery Impact the Outcome of a Divorce in New Jersey?

There are few things more destructive to a marriage than committing an act of adultery. If you are looking to divorce your spouse due to his or her committing adultery, you have the option of either choosing to go through a “no-fault” or “fault-based” divorce. No-fault divorces are more common for reasons of which we […]

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Tips For Those Beginning High-Net-Worth and High-Profile Divorces

If you are someone who is considering getting a divorce, you are most likely looking to keep your divorce private. Please continue reading and reach out to our experienced New Jersey divorce attorney to learn more about how to stay private, save money, and keep a low profile through every step of the process. If you […]

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What is Divorce From Bed and Board in New Jersey?

Many states offer a formal process for legal separation. New Jersey, however, does not. Instead, New Jersey recognizes what is known as divorce from bed and board. If you get a divorce from bed and board with your spouse, it means that you are economically separated, though you are still legally married to that spouse. […]

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Property Division in the Wake of COVID-19

If you are someone who was in the midst of, or was about to enter the divorce process, there is a very good chance it was interrupted, at least to a certain degree, by the COVID-19 pandemic. One of the most important facets of the divorce process is property division. Please continue reading and reach […]

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How Does COVID-19 Affect Parents’ Rights?

COVID-19 has significantly impacted the United States, and especially the Northeastern states such as New York and New Jersey. Unfortunately, if you are a divorced parent, you are most likely now coping with the effect the virus has on your family. Please read on and reach out to our experienced New Jersey family law attorney […]

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Will I Still Get a Stimulus Check if I am Going Through a Divorce?

As a result of the new coronavirus pandemic significantly impacting businesses and employees across the country, Congress has enacted the CARES Act. As a part of the Act, many adults can now expect a $1,200 stimulus check, and couples can receive up to $2,400 in stimulus relief. Furthermore, parents with minor children under the age […]

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Dealing with Family Law Matters During the COVID-19 Crisis

Though much of New Jersey has been put on hold in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, we would like you to know that as per Governor Murphy’s Executive Order 107, we may remain, and are, still open for business. Our firm is more than happy to help you through various complex legal matters arising […]

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Parenting Time & Child Custody Telephone Mediation Amid The COVID-19 Pandemic

In the wake of the new coronavirus, everyone has essentially been ordered to stay at home at all times. Unfortunately, this leaves many divorced co-parents feeling confused as to how to proceed, their children’s safety being their primary concern. Generally, history has shown that simply ignoring child custody orders only results in having child custody […]

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