Month: May 2018

Responding to a Divorce Complaint

May 24
Responding to a Divorce Complaint
By Categories Divorce

When a person files for divorce in Morris County or New Jersey, the person receiving the “divorce complaint” has thirty-five (35) days from being served with the complaint to respond before the default divorce process begins. If an individual chooses to not respond to a divorce complaint, they risk a great deal in terms of

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Dealing with Divorce Depression

May 21
Dealing with Divorce Depression
By Categories Family Law

Given the high level of stress associated with many divorces, and the regret and sadness that also often come along, it is no surprise that many individuals going through divorce experience feelings of anxiety and depression. In addition, these feelings are not limited to the adults going through the divorce, as children of all ages

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Modern Concepts for Prenuptial Agreements

We have now written several times about the many advantages a prenuptial agreement can offer a soon-to-be-married couple. However, in the last few years, more and more prenuptial agreements are being created which address much more modern issues than traditional prenuptial agreements have typically addressed. If you are considering entering into a Morris County prenuptial

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Understanding Your Divorce Settlement Agreement

May 08
Understanding Your Divorce Settlement Agreement
By Categories Divorce

When a divorce is settled outside of a courtroom, be it through mediation, arbitration or through pre-trial negotiations, the divorcing couple is given the opportunity to add unique clauses and language to their Divorce Settlement Agreement (also refereed to as a Marital Settlement Agreement) in order to address issues and concerns specific to their unique situation.

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