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How Can I Determine the Value of Assets During a New Jersey Divorce

If you are getting divorced, your assets will have to be divided between you and your spouse. In order to do this fairly, it is important that all parties know the true value of these assets. Read on to learn more about how to determine the value of luxury assets in New Jersey. How are […]

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What Precautions Can I Take To Keep My Home in A Divorce?

A home is an important part of one’s life. It is where we learn, grow, and make memories. A difficult aspect of a divorce is deciding what will happen to the family home. The home tends to be a couple’s largest asset. Additionally, it can be a place of immense sentimental value. So, how do […]

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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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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 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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What is a Post-Divorce Modification?

Though most people simply wish to put their divorce behind them, the truth is, as your life changes, you may need to revisit some of the terms initially established in your divorce. Fortunately, in many cases, you can obtain a post-divorce modification. Please continue reading and speak with our experienced New Jersey divorce attorney to […]

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How No-Fault Divorce Works in New Jersey

Divorce is an overwhelming process for many, especially if you and your spouse cannot agree on its terms. Fortunately, with the right attorney on your side, it does not have to be so emotionally, physically, and financially draining. Fortunately for many couples, New Jersey is a no-fault state, which means couples can file no-fault divorces. […]

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Things You Need to Know About Divorce in 2020

Over the years, the nature of divorce has changed. In recent times, our firm has noticed several significant shifts in divorce, all of which can have an impact on a divorce’s outcome and its fallout. If you are someone who is getting a divorce, read on and reach out to our experienced New Jersey divorce […]

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Many Spouses Begin the Divorce Process in the Month of January

Many attorneys report that they see a significant increase in divorce filings in January. Though there is much speculation as to why this is, experts tend to believe that spouses are generally reluctant to get divorced before the holidays, especially if they have children and do not want them to associate the holiday season with […]

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