Passaic County Separation or Divorce Could Affect Your 2018 Taxes Next April

October 31, 2018

Find out how your taxes could be affected by your divorce from Passaic County Lawyers serving clients in Woodland Park, Clifton, Wayne, Little Falls, West Milford, and Paterson how your 2018 income tax refund might be affected by your marital separation or divorce Contact us online at 973-233-4396 for an initial consultation, no charge. Claiming child tax deductions through divorce is different this year! The status of your relationship (separated or officially divorced) in 2018 will affect how you prepare […]

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Things to Consider when Creating a Passaic County Prenuptial Agreement

October 25, 2018

Essentially, a prenuptial agreement is a contract entered into by two parties prior to their marriage.  This contract outlines each individual’s rights and obligations should the marriage eventually terminate.  Reasons why individuals enter into these agreements can vary widely, and are usually used to clarify both individuals’ expectations, help avoid uncertainties and help alleviate fears of either party before entering into the marriage. However, before entering into any prenuptial agreement or any legal contract it is important to have an […]

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What Is a Contested Divorce? What Is an Uncontested Divorce?

August 18, 2018

Contested vs Uncontested Divorce Passaic County NJ In divorce, agreements need to be settled before a divorce can be finalized. The issues involved in ending a marriage may heart wrenching and contentious. In some divorces every detail such as the distribution of property, child custody, child support and alimony are hotly contested in the family courts of Passaic County. However there are some situations in which a divorcing couple will already have reached agreements before filing for divorce, or the […]

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Advantages of Uncontested Divorce Passaic County, NJ

May 29, 2018

When it comes to divorce, no two processes are exactly alike. Complex issues such as child custody, child support, alimony, and the division of marital assets can all cause divorcing couples to have a difficult time reaching an amicable settlement agreement. Along those lines, couples must also determine the grounds for divorce and several other practical matters. It is still quite possible for families going through a divorce to resolve their potential disputes before a formal divorce, allowing for what is known as an uncontested divorce. Uncontested divorce […]

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Can My Divorce Agreement Be Modified?

March 5, 2018

The process of filing for and signing a final divorce agreement can be a complicated and arduous process. There are also a slew of considerations which must be decided including but not limited to equitable division of assets, child custody, child support, and more. And all of this is ignoring the fact that many individuals going through a divorce are experiencing a personal crisis while trying to navigate these issues. This scenario can lead to one or both spouses signing an unjust or even unlawful […]

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