What You Need to Know About Divorce Arbitration in New Jersey

Divorce is complicated, especially when couples enter the litigation process. If you cannot agree on the terms of your divorce, though you are looking to avoid a long, drawn-out process, there are other options on the table. For example, many couples will choose to go down the route of arbitration, as arbitration often can help save time, money, frustration, and it can help protect your privacy. Please continue reading and…Read More

Should I File a No-Fault Divorce in New Jersey?

Divorce is a complicated matter, and if you are getting divorced, there is a lot you need to know about the process ahead. One step of the process is choosing whether to file a no-fault divorce or to cite fault grounds. Please continue reading and speak with our Bergen County divorce attorneys to learn more. Here are some of the questions you may have: What is a no-fault divorce in…Read More

Post-Judgment Modifications in New Jersey | What You Need to Know

If you are someone who has gotten divorced, you may find that in the months or years following your divorce, your circumstances have changed. This is completely normal, which is why courts in New Jersey grant many former spouses what is known as post-judgment modifications. If you believe your circumstances have changed and your current divorce agreement no longer suits your needs, please read on and speak with our knowledgeable…Read More

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

Appeals to Arbitration Agreements in New Jersey

Many couples who have to decide on terms of their divorce, child custody, child support, alimony and division of assets choose to go through arbitration, as opposed to litigation. Arbitration allows litigants to select an arbitrator of their choice.  This gives them more freedom to choose when and how their divorce proceedings will go. However, arbitration provides a very limited judicial review. This means that in the future, it will…Read More

What is Marital Property?

Generally, when couples enter a contested divorce, their property will be broken down into two primary categories: marital and separate property. This blog will address the difference between the two, as well as detail how the equitable distribution process will influence the outcome of your divorce. Please read on and reach out to our experienced New Jersey divorce attorneys to learn more about what we can do for you. Marital…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

Changes to New Jersey Child Support Laws in 2018

The New Jersey signed by Governor Christie, N.J.S.A. 2A:17-56.67, made significant changes to the law related to the duration and termination of child support obligations. Some may feel that this new law makes divorce as well as post-divorce modifications far more complicated. However, the law was passed with the hope of bringing child support payments more in line with the actual needs of children and young adults who depend on them.…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

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

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