Month: June 2014

Same-sex couples still face challenges in the U.S.

Jun 27
Same-sex couples still face challenges in the U.S.
By Categories Family Law

Residents of this state are likely aware that same-sex marriage became legal in New Jersey, as well as federally recognized, last year. Since then, gay and lesbian couples have been protected by most of the same state and federal laws that govern marriages among opposite-sex couples. This includes most tax benefits, health insurance benefits and

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3 ways you could be hurting your high-asset divorce

Jun 13
3 ways you could be hurting your high-asset divorce
By Categories Divorce

Divorces can be difficult enough without the complications presented by complex estates and large sums of money. Financial stability is typically a top priority for divorcing spouses, and many people will go to great lengths to protect what they feel they deserve when assets are divided. However, there are a few common errors or missteps

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Could your spouse be hiding assets as bitcoins?

Jun 06
Could your spouse be hiding assets as bitcoins?
By Categories Divorce

Advancements in technology can have an unexpected impact on areas of family law. For example, five or 10 years ago, people may have never thought that online relationships or exchanges on social media sites like Facebook would end up being used as evidence in spousal support or child custody cases. However, this is becoming more

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