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Cryptocurrency & Divorce | What You Need to Know

Those who are getting divorced in the state of New Jersey should understand that if they own cryptocurrency, this may very well come into question when entering the equitable distribution process. Cryptocurrency is a fairly new type of asset, however, if you own it, you must understand how it may play a part in the outcome of your divorce. Read on and reach out to our experienced New Jersey divorce…Read More

What You Need to Know About Modifying Child Custody Terms in New Jersey

After a divorce, parents often find that the terms initially negotiated regarding child custody need modifying due to a change in circumstances. Read this blog and speak with our experienced New Jersey child custody modification attorneys to learn more about modifying child custody in New Jersey and how we can help you receive the modification you and your child require to go on living happy, productive lives. What are the…Read More

What is a Civil Union Dissolution?

In 2004, Congress signed the Civil Union Act into law, allowing same-sex couples and couples over the age of 62 to form a civil union and receive many of the same benefits that marriage has to offer. That being said, now that same-sex marriage has been entirely legalized in New Jersey, those involved in civil unions had the option to change their civil union into a real marriage. However, to…Read More

Child Support in New Jersey | What You Need to Know

If you are someone who is getting divorced and you are also a parent, looking out for, and caring for your children is most likely your top priority. That being said, if you are a financially dependent spouse, you may not have the financial means to care for your child without your spouse's financial support. For this very reason, the state of New Jersey requires financially independent spouses to provide…Read More

Tips For Sharing Child Custody With Your Ex

If you share custody of your child with your ex, and you have been doing so for a while, you may have noticed that it is not always easy. On the flip side, if you are someone who is recently divorced and is about to begin sharing custody of your child, you may be wondering what to expect. For this very reason, our firm has created this short list of…Read More

How to Prepare For Your Divorce Mediation Session in New Jersey

Divorce can be complicated, which is why many spouses choose mediation instead. If you are ready to have your divorce mediated, you should prepare yourself to ensure the process goes as smoothly as possible. Please continue reading and speak with our experienced Bergen County divorce attorneys to learn more about how to prepare for mediation.  What documents do I need to prepare for divorce mediation? Before you enter your mediation…Read More

What You Need to Know About Annulments in New Jersey

If you believe that you may qualify for an annulment, you must read this blog and speak with our experienced Bergen County divorce attorneys to learn more about annulments, whether you can receive one, and what the benefits are to traditional divorce. Here are some of the questions you may have: What is the difference between an annulment and a divorce? The primary difference between an annulment and a divorce…Read More

How Cohabitation May Affect Alimony in New Jersey

In today's day and age, couples are not strictly limited to marriage. Oftentimes, life partners will seek alternatives to marriage. One of those alternatives is cohabitation. New Jersey law defines cohabitation as follows: “A mutually supportive, intimate personal relationship in which a couple has undertaken duties and privileges that are commonly associated with marriage or civil union but does not necessarily maintain a single common household.” That being said, if…Read More

How Do I Modify a Prenuptial Agreement in New Jersey?

If you and your partner were about to get married and decided to draft a prenuptial agreement, congratulations: you made one of the smartest decisions you will ever make. Prenuptial agreements are instrumental in preserving, and potentially saving certain assets from divorce. Now that the stigma surrounding prenuptial agreements has largely gone by the wayside, looking back, this most likely makes you appreciate drafting such an agreement even more. That…Read More

What Makes a Prenuptial Agreement Valid in New Jersey?

If you are someone who is looking to soon get married, you may wish to consider the importance of drafting a prenuptial agreement. In the past, there has been a stigma with drafting such agreements, however, as the times have changed, so has the attitude towards prenuptial agreements. Many couples now feel as though it is the practical thing to do, enabling them to move on with their lives and…Read More

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  •  Cryptocurrency & Divorce | What You Need to Know
  •  What You Need to Know About Modifying Child Custody Terms in New Jersey
  •  What is a Civil Union Dissolution?