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What is a Contested Divorce?

One of the most common reasons for divorce is that couples simply cannot get along. When this is the case, the rather unfortunate reality is that couples who cannot get along in marriage do not agree in divorce. This makes the divorce process all the more complicated, as now, both spouses will have to fight for their financial security while simultaneously trying to manage their emotional well-being. Contested divorces are…Read More

Getting a Divorce From a Spouse Living in a Different State

Divorce is one of the most complicated points in anyone’s life. Unfortunately, the process can become even more complicated if your spouse is no longer living in the same state as you. Without the help of an experienced, compassionate attorney by your side, the emotional stress of a divorce may become compounded by financial stress. Our firm is here to help. To learn more about the process, please read on.…Read More

What is a Non-Marital Agreement?

Many people choose to remain unmarried, despite having a long-term significant other. However, without a non-marital agreement in place, if your relationship ends and you share a house, car, or more, it can be very difficult to determine who gets what. This is why many partners choose to obtain a non-marital agreement, just in case they need one in the future. These agreements, also sometimes referred to as cohabitation agreements,…Read More

Things to Avoid in a New Jersey Divorce

When you get a divorce, especially if you are the one who was wronged, it is all too easy to let your emotions get the best of you. However, no matter what happens, no matter the circumstances of your divorce, the most important thing you can do is stay calm, collected, and keep a level head. Not only will this help you make clearer, less emotionally-charged decisions, but it is…Read More

Do I Have to go to Court for Divorce?

Divorce can be an extremely complicated process, and if you believe your assets are at stake, it can become all the more worrisome. However, there are alternative methods of divorce, and if you think you and your spouse can reach an agreement outside of a courtroom setting, why wouldn’t you try? If you wish to avoid the courtroom setting, here are some of the questions you may have about the…Read More

Why Should I Get a Prenuptial Agreement?

Those who are ready to get married are about to enter one of the most exciting chapters of their lives. However, not all marriages go as planned, and if you get a divorce without a prenuptial agreement in place, it may have a significant effect on your financial standing. Fortunately, prenuptial agreements save many people from losing out on what they are entitled to. Here are some of the questions…Read More

How do I Adopt a Child in New Jersey?

Adopting a child is one of the most selfless things someone can do for another person, and the best part about it is it works both ways. Both an adoptive parent and the adoptive child benefit from the adoption, as they form an inseparable bond unlike any other. One of the best parts about being a family attorney is helping bring families together through adoption. If you are considering adopting…Read More

Who Gets the House in a New Jersey Divorce?

Divorce is complicated. Nobody wants to deal with a divorce. However, if you find yourself in a place where it’s the only reasonable option on the table, you have no choice. Unfortunately, the emotional impact of a divorce is very often compounded by its financial impact, especially if you believe you may lose your house. When you cannot agree on your divorce’s terms with your spouse, your assets may enter…Read More

When Will my Child be Emancipated From Child Support in New Jersey?

If you are a parent who is paying child support but believes your child is either old enough or has the means to support him or herself, you are most likely looking into what is known as “emancipation.” Though of course, you want your child to succeed, there comes a time where you have to draw the line. If you have just cause to believe your child should be emancipated,…Read More

High Net Worth Divorces in New Jersey

The most challenging part of marriage is divorce. When you and your spouse resolve that you can no longer stay together, you face a great deal of change down the road. While it is extremely important to work on emotionally coping with a divorce, you are also forced to worry about your financial situation as well. With one less paycheck, you may start asking yourself serious questions, regarding whether or…Read More

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  •  What is a Contested Divorce?
  •  Getting a Divorce From a Spouse Living in a Different State
  •  What is a Non-Marital Agreement?