What You Should Know About Contested Divorce in New Jersey

There are few things more complicated in life than divorce. Unfortunately, if you are someone who is currently getting divorced and you and your spouse cannot agree on the terms of your divorce, you are in what is known as a contested divorce. These divorces are often particularly complex, however, our experienced New Jersey divorce attorneys are here to help. Please continue reading and speak with our firm to learn…Read More

Divorce Rates Tend to Spike in January | Here’s Why

In recent years, one of the most common divorce trends we have noticed is that divorce tends to spike around the month of January. In fact, divorce rates tend to rise between 20%-30% in the month of January. Of course, there are many theories as to why this is the case, however, many attribute the spike in divorce to the fact that holidays are coming to a close, and spouses…Read More

Can I Cancel a Divorce in New Jersey?

Deciding to go through with a divorce is a big decision. Rather obviously, there is a lot on the line. Divorce is complicated financially, legally, and, of course, emotionally, especially if you have children with your spouse. For this very reason, oftentimes, spouses wish to call off their divorce and try and work on their marriage instead, at least for the time being. However, is this legal in New Jersey?…Read More

How Can I Use an Expert Witness to Help With My Divorce?

Expert witnesses are often used outside of litigation and are not reserved for use in court only. They can help in various dispute resolution methods, including mediation, arbitration, and collaborative divorce. The value of using an expert is their knowledge, experience, and vitally, their unemotional and unbiased view of the outcome. In divorce proceedings, expert witnesses are often in the financial or psychological fields. Within the financial realm, expert testimony…Read More

What You Need to Know About Divorce From Bed and Board

Though many other states do, New Jersey, in particular, does not recognize a formal process for legal separation. Instead, the state of New Jersey recognizes its equivalent, known as divorce from bed and board. Simply put, this type of divorce means that the couple is economically separated, however, they do remain legally married. If you are considering getting a divorce from bed and board, please continue reading and reach out…Read More

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

Establishing Legal Paternity in the State of New Jersey

There are few things more stressful for a parent than risking losing legal custody of his or her child. If you are someone who is currently fighting for child custody, or perhaps your paternal rights were denied, there are several things you should do; the most important being reaching out to our experienced Bergen County divorce attorneys to learn more about how we can help you through the legal process…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

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

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