Questions To Expect From Your Divorce Attorney

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Questions To Expect From Your Divorce Attorney

When you decide to go for a divorce consultation, you may wonder what are some questions the divorce attorney will ask. During the first meeting, the attorney will try to understand the situation you are in and find out what you want to do next. It is ideal to be prepared for the first meeting…

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Understanding The Challenges in A Same-Sex Divorce

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Understanding The Challenges in A Same-Sex Divorce

The divorce process for same-sex couples are typically the same as heterosexual couples. However, same-sex couples may face a few more challenges. Over time, the path to parenthood and marriage has evolved, which make the stipulations and laws surrounding same-sex divorce slightly more complicated than heterosexual couples. Fortunately, if you are aware of these potential…

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Understanding Restraining Orders In New Jersey

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Understanding Restraining Orders In New Jersey

Domestic violence happens to both women and men from all walks of life. Commonly referred to as restraining orders, New Jersey provides protective court orders to safeguard the victims. Domestic violence victims need a line of defense. The first step is to admit what’s happening and decide to do something about it. By filing for…

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NJ Grounds for Divorce

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In 2007, the New Jersey legislature adopted a law allowing for “no-fault” divorce. Today, most divorces are filed on no-fault grounds. The no-fault divorce law provides important benefits for spouses seeking to end their marriage, and, while fault-based options still exist in New Jersey, they are generally only used under exceptional circumstances. Even so, if…

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Understanding Equitable Distribution in NJ

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New Jersey is an equitable distribution state. Unlike community property states (where, in many cases, “marital property” is split equally in a divorce), in equitable distribution states, marital property is split according to what a judge deems “fair” under the circumstances. Fair does not necessarily mean equal, and determining your property rights in a divorce…

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Top 5 Considerations for an Effective Parenting Plan

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Divorce is hard on everyone involved, sometimes kids more so than the adults. But as parents, it’s our responsibility to make the transition as easy as possible for them. This means ensuring that your kids feel loved and are in a safe and secure environment. You and your ex-spouse are now in the business of…

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New Jersey Same Sex Divorce Issues

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Same sex marriage has been on the forefront of the news this year with the Supreme Court’s landmark decision in Obergefell v. Hodges. However, same sex marriage has been legally recognized in New Jersey since October 2013 following the Superior Court’s ruling in Garden State Equality v. Dow, which means that New Jersey is starting…

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4 Facts You Need to Know About Pensions and Divorce

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After coming to terms with the fact that you’re getting divorced, one of the next big hurdles you’ll face is figuring out how to distribute your assets. Many divorcing spouses leave this decision to the court system, but others are able to work together to divide assets either on their own, or with the help…

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