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

Avoiding Unnecessary Financial Costs & Emotional Pitfalls in Your Bergen County Divorce

Litigation is a tool for protecting and enforcing your rights. Any family attorney would be remiss if they didn't emphasize in their initial consultation that litigation can be unpredictable, the resulting financial costs unknown, and the potentially devastating emotional toll it could take on yourself, your spouse, and any children you may have, if things get personal. Your choice on whether to take the case to trial must factor in objective criteria…Read More

Certified Matrimonial Law Attorneys Bergen County, NJ

Serving Clients across Ridgewood, Paramus, Teaneck, Fort Lee, Hackensack, and Bergen County A “Certified Matrimonial Law Attorney” is an attorney who has been recognized by the Supreme Court of New Jersey as having excelled in education, experience, and knowledge within the field of matrimonial law. For all intents and purposes, matrimonial law is another way of stating family law, which includes divorce, child custody, and child support to name a…Read More

Common Mistakes During Divorce in New Jersey

The divorce process in New Jersey can be quite complex. Not only are there practical and legal requirements to see that your divorce is completed, but there are also a litany of financial and personal issues to resolve as well. Many individuals going through a divorce make easily avoidable mistakes simply due to a lack of understanding of how the process works. Today, our divorce attorneys will identify some commonly made mistakes and how…Read More

Paramus, NJ Palimony Agreement Attorneys

When a married couple gets divorced, there is a formal legal process by which the legal complications of the divorce are settled. These issues often include the division of marital property, child custody, child support, and alimony. However, unmarried couples do not always enjoy the same legal rights during a separation. For this and many other reasons, many unmarried couples draft cohabitation agreements. Commonly, these cohabitation agreements between unmarried couples contain provisions for what is known as…Read More

Remarrying a Former Spouse Bergen County, NJ

Marriage and divorce is a funny thing. We decide to spend the rest of our life with someone, but that doesn't always work out. Even stranger, some couples who decide to separate or divorce sometimes find themselves being drawn back together. This begs the question: is it possible to remarry your former spouse? Before answering, it is important to understand that no two divorces are exactly alike. To get a better understanding of your…Read More

Real Estate Appraisals and Divorce

New Jersey divorces often involve the equitable distribution of owned real estate. Whether you are planning on continuing to jointly own the property, transfer the deed to a single owner, or sell the property outright, an accurate and timely appraisal can be a vital step in the process. There are many ways to approach the division of marital assets for divorcing couples, each carrying advantages and disadvantages based on the unique circumstances surrounding…Read More

When are Non-Biological Guardians Considered Legal Parents in New Jersey?

Approximately 50 percent of all children growing up in the U.S. do so in "non-tradiotional" homes. In fact, the traditional family is somewhat of an outdated term. Children thrive in many different situations so long as they are provided with the love and support of a strong family unit. Along those lines, many New Jersey adults act as parents to children who are not biologically theirs. This is a great…Read More

How to Draft an Enforceable Prenuptial or Postnuptial Agreement

Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements are only as good as their ability to be enforced in a court of law. It is important to understand that New Jersey has several distinct requirements which must be met in order to make your marital agreement valid. Many of these stipulations are not obvious, and failure to meet them may result in your prenuptial or postnuptial agreement being invalid. Today, our prenuptial and postnuptial agreement attorneys will discuss what is…Read More

What You Should Include in Your Prenuptial Agreement

Many of our Bergen County clients are hesitant to enter into a prenuptial agreement before they marry. Obviously at the time of the marriage, it is pretty difficult to imagine a scenario where you would ever want to divorce your future spouse, but the fact of the matter is that people change, times change, and having a prenuptial agreement in place before your marriage is a smart and prudent step…Read More

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