What Will Happen If My Spouse Files for Bankruptcy During Our NJ Divorce?

If a couple is facing a divorce is one spouse files for bankruptcy, this can cause complications. To learn more about this scenario and what to expect, continue reading and contact our experienced New Jersey divorce attorney for assistance. Our legal team at Townsend, Tomaio & Newmark is prepared to assist you with any divorce matters you may be facing. Give our firm a call today to learn more about…Read More

What to Know About High Net Worth Divorce in New Jersey

If you are facing a high net worth divorce, it is important to know all that is on the line. Continue reading to learn what makes a high net worth divorce different from a traditional divorce and what to expect throughout the process. If you require assistance with your divorce matters, do not hesitate to reach out to our experienced New Jersey high net worth divorce attorney. What is a…Read More

What to Know About Divorce Mediation

Sometimes when couples are going through a divorce, they will wish to do so with the assistance of a mediator. Divorce mediation allows spouses to avoid going through the process in a courtroom with a judge. Mediation allows spouses to come together to negotiate the terms of their divorce. During this negotiation, spouses will discuss the marital issues that have not been resolved which may include child support, child custody,…Read More

Business Owner Divorce | What to Know

If you are a business owner who is facing a divorce, continue reading to learn how your business will be valued, if your spouse can get a part of your business, and how to protect your business from a divorce. Can my spouse get part of my business? There are two categories that property will be broken into in a New Jersey divorce: marital property and separate property. Separate property…Read More

Can I Get Divorced If My Spouse Lives in a Different State?

If you and your spouse are no longer living in the same state, and you are going through a divorce, this can complicate the process. This is why it is important that you retain the services of an understanding and skilled divorce attorney or divorce mediator who can walk you through the steps ahead with your best interests in mind. Our legal team at Townsend, Tomaio, & Newmark understands the…Read More

Steps to Enforce a Child Custody Agreement

When the terms of your child custody agreement are violated by your co-parent, there are a few steps that you can take to enforce your agreement: Enforcing a Child Custody Agreement Speak directly with your co-parent: One of the first steps you should take to attempt the enforcement of your child custody agreement is to discuss the matter with your co-parent. It may be possible that they are unaware of…Read More

What to Know About Alimony Enforcement in New Jersey

If your former spouse is no longer making full or regular alimony payments, you may be wondering about alimony enforcement in New Jersey. Continue reading and contact our experienced alimony attorney to learn more. What should I do if I am not receiving my alimony payments? Certain changed circumstances may cause a former spouse to stop making full or regular alimony payments such as losing a job or suffering a…Read More

What to Know About Stepparent Adoption in New Jersey

If you are a stepparent who is seeking information regarding the process of adopting your stepchild, continue reading and reach out to our experienced family law attorney for assistance. What rights do stepparents have? New Jersey stepparents have little to no rights regarding their stepchildren. A stepparent does not have the ability to petition for visitation or custody of the stepchild during a divorce that supersedes the rights of the…Read More

Why is Proving Paternity Important?

Paternity is the state or condition of being a father. When paternity is established, the court will be able to make decisions on child support, child custody, and child visitation. There are many ways that proving paternity can be beneficial. Continue reading to learn more about paternity. If you have any further questions regarding paternity or child support/custody, give our experienced family law attorney a call today. We would be…Read More

What is the Difference Between an Uncontested and Contested Divorce?

Facing a divorce requires the knowledge of the two types of divorce: uncontested divorce and contested divorce. To learn more about the difference between these two types of divorce, continue reading. If you require the assistance of an experienced divorce attorney, do not hesitate to reach out to our firm. Give us a call today if you have any further questions regarding uncontested and contested divorces. What is an uncontested…Read More

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