Woodland Park Attorneys Discuss Cohabitation Agreements

March 19, 2019

In New Jersey today more and more couples are choosing to forego traditional marriage and instead live together in a marriage-style situation. Often this does not represent a lack of love and affection but a personal choice between two individuals or disillusionment with traditional marriage and the possibility of divorce. However, cohabitation does not allow you to avoid many of the problems faced by divorcing couples should the relationship end. If there are children that result from the relationship then […]

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Woodland Park Divorce Lawyers Discuss Three Steps in Determining Equitable Distribution

March 7, 2019

There are many complications that can come with any divorce. Without a doubt, the equitable distribution of property, as well as any wealth that has been accrued during a marriage, is one of the most often argued and regularly contested issues. Put simply equitable distribution in a divorce is the division of marital assets in a manner that is considered fair but not necessarily equal. Being that New Jersey is an equitable distribution state, in the event of a divorce, […]

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Passaic County Domestic Violence Attorneys Contest Alimony Petition From An Abusive Spouse

January 28, 2019

The Prevention of Domestic Violence Act (“Act”) was passed with the well-meaning intention of protecting and helping to make whole again victims of domestic violence. This act specifically states that victims of domestic violence are entitled to financial support from their abusers. However, most people would be shocked to find out that an individual who obtains a final restraining order against their spouse can be ordered to pay alimony to support his/her abuser. The truth is that the Act is […]

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Talking to Children About Divorce

April 30, 2018

For parents, one of the most difficult steps of the divorce process is talking to their children about the separation. While it is true that divorce can be quite difficult for children, there are many ways parents can make the transition easier. It is important to remember that there is no right or wrong way to speak to your children. Only you and your co-parent will ultimately decide how, when, and where to break the news. That being said, psychologists and family […]

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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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