Can I Modify Divorce Terms After They’ve Been Decided in Court?

As we move through life, things gradually--and sometimes suddenly--change. Though we can’t predict how and to what extent, we can almost certainly guarantee that life will change. That is why in many cases, former spouses may require a revision of divorce terms settled years, or even months ago. If you are someone who is looking to request a post-divorce modification, you must continue reading and reach out to our experienced…Read More

Child Custody For Unmarried Parents in New Jersey

There are few things more important to parents than retaining custody of their children. Though in most cases child custody terms are handled through a divorce, if you are an unmarried parent, child custody is determined a bit differently. Please read on and speak with our experienced Bergen County family law attorneys to learn more about how we can help you through the legal process going forward. Here are some…Read More

Why Should I Hire an Attorney For a Divorce?

Divorce is among the most stressful times in a person’s life, and to make matters worse, it is often draining, both emotionally and financially. Because of this, many spouses debate whether they truly need an attorney to help them through the divorce process. The answer, for many reasons, is yes, you will need an attorney, but don’t take our word for it--simply continue reading to learn more about why it’s…Read More

What You Need to Know About No-Fault Divorce in New Jersey

There are few things more upsetting than divorce. We understand this, which is why we are here to provide you with the personalized attention you deserve and the quality legal representation you need. Fortunately, New Jersey is known as a “no-fault” state, which may help you attain a favorable outcome. Please read on and reach out to our experienced Bergen County divorce attorneys to learn more about no-fault divorce and…Read More

What Should You Not Do When Getting a Divorce?

If you are about to get a divorce, or you are already in the process of getting one, there are several things you should do, and there are several things you shouldn’t do. Today, our experienced New Jersey divorce attorneys have provided you with a list of some of the many things you absolutely should not do in the months during or after your divorce takes place. They are as…Read More

Divorce Trends in 2020

Through the years, divorce has changed. In most recent times, we have noticed several trends and common threads among divorcing spouses in New Jersey. If you are someone who is getting a divorce, these trends may impact you in some way. Please read on and reach out to our experienced New Jersey divorce attorneys to learn more about the process going forward and how our firm can help you. Some…Read More

Cohabitation Under The Amended Alimony Statute

In New Jersey, cohabiting with the amended alimony statute has been a topic of intense discussion recently. Following divorce proceedings,  there are several different types of alimony to be discussed and unfortunately, this often results in significant confusion when resolving your alimony settlement. Despite the amended alimony statute, different judges might implement the statute differently.  In turn, some trial judges may support applying the pre-amendment legal analysis, some may strictly apply…Read More

What Assets Can I Keep in a New Jersey Divorce?

There are few things more complicated than divorce. Divorce is complicated financially, emotionally, and, in some cases, legally. If you are someone who is getting a divorce, you are most likely worried about whether you will have to leave your home, whether you can keep your retirement funds, whether you will have enough money to care for your children, and more. Please read on and speak with our experienced Bergen…Read More

Alimony, Child Support, Division of Assets after Death

Protecting the Futures of Clients across Ridgewood, Hackensack, Paramus, Teaneck, Fort Lee and Bergen County It's unpleasant to consider what will happen after we die, but if you’re in the middle of divorce or child support litigation and the division of assets, now is the time to start planning for that eventuality.  Generally support obligations, alimony or child support, end upon the death of the payer. Whether you eventually pay…Read More

Setting Aside a Judgment of Divorce in Bergen County

Divorce can be a damaging and traumatic experience. Having to go through a divorce in any family law court can be expensive, time consuming and emotionally draining, to say the least.  Division of assets, alimony, child custody and child support are among the many topics that can be difficult to work through and reach mutually agreeable terms. As with most unpleasant experiences many people try to either avoid dealing with it…Read More

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