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

Business Owner Divorce in New Jersey | What You Should Know

When someone owns a business, their business is one of their top priorities in life. Of course, if you are a business owner and you are going through the divorce process, saving your business from your divorce will also be one of your top priorities. Our firm is here to help. Read on and speak with our New Jersey divorce attorneys to learn more about how business owner divorce works…Read More

What are Father’s Rights?

There are few things more difficult than losing custody of your child. As a father, it is important to note that you are entitled to parental rights. Oftentimes, fathers do not receive fair treatment in court when it comes to child custody terms. Our experienced New Jersey divorce attorneys are here to promise that we will fight for your rights, every step of the way. Here are some of the…Read More

New Jersey Divorce and Social Security

Among the most prominent trends in divorce over the last ten years has been the later-stages of life at which spouses are choosing to separate and divorce. When you choose to divorce later in life, issues involving retirement accounts, pensions, and social security benefits become increasingly salient. Understanding your rights and responsibilities with regard to these critical components of your financial life is essential to maintaining a secure financial future.…Read More

The Evolution of Retirement in Divorce Since Alimony Reform

Retirement is a significant issue during New Jersey divorces, with implications that are two-fold. First, retirement accounts, pensions, 401k's, IRA's, and similar financial resources become subject to equitable distribution in most cases. Second, since the enactment of New Jersey's Alimony Reform Bill in 2014, retirement has become a proverbial "cut-off" point that may provide grounds for termination of alimony payments. In this article, we will deconstruct retirement as a critical…Read More

Preparing for Your New Jersey Divorce: Determining Your Priorities

What do you want? The question seems so simple, and yet it is fraught with complexity, spelling implications large and small, with the potential to impact your life both short and long-term. When beginning the process of divorce, this seemingly straightforward question is equally essential and daunting. In fact, it is perhaps the most important question to address at the start of your divorce, as it will guide all of your…Read More

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