Category: Alimony

Unvested Stock: Retirement Assets & Equitable Distribution

Unvested Stock and Equitable Distribution Attorneys Morristown NJ Representing Clients across Randolph, Madison, Morristown, Florham Park, Denville and across Morris County, New Jersey Often considered the most time-consuming and demanding aspect of any divorce process, the division of assets must be completed before a Morris County divorce can be granted. Whether you and your partner

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The Logistics of Child Custody Exchanges

Child Custody Exchanges: Co-Parenting & The Logistics of Visitation Creating Sensible Parenting-Time Arrangements across Madison, Tewksbury, Hanover, Florham Park, and Morris County If you have children and are in the process of a divorce, civil union dissolution, same sex divorce, domestic partnership or legal relationship dissolution, or if you are an unmarried parent in need of legal guidance

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Therapists, Experts, and Parenting Professionals

Therapists and Parenting Professionals in Morris County Divorce Experienced Divorce Lawyers Building Family Life Plans Out of Family Law Problems in Morristown, Parsippany, Randolph, Mendham, and across Northern NJ Getting a divorce is not just about being released from the legal bonds of marriage.  Couples facing divorce are forced to make difficult decisions regarding parenting

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Imputing Income To Determine Child Support Obligations

Morristown Divorce Attorneys Discuss Imputing Income in Child Support Proceedings Serving Clients in Denville, Randolph, Hanover, Madison, Morristown, Tewksbury, and Morris County Imputing income or “attributing” income to one party can be a significant issue in divorce or the dissolution of a civil union, especially if there is a disparity in incomes and support is an

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Situational Depression: Managing Your Mental Health During Divorce

Situational Depression and Divorce Lawyers Morris County NJ Serving Clients in towns across New Jersey and Morris County, including Morristown, Madison, Randolph, Morris Plains, East Hanover, and Florham Park Divorce is a life-altering process often filled with emotional issues that can impact the life of the individual getting divorced and the lives of family members

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Why retain legal counsel during the Divorce process?

Morristown Divorce Attorneys Here to Help Create a Blueprint for Your Future When a person is faced with a traumatic event, like a divorce, feelings and emotions can make it difficult to navigate the complicated process and make sound business and legal decisions that may impact on the rest of their lives. If you are

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How is JB’s unique approach applied to Divorce Cases?

Morris County Divorce Attorneys Focus on Your Goals At Jacobs Berger, our Morristown family law and divorce attorneys differ greatly from many other firms, and we are proud of that fact. By putting the attorney-client relationship first and foremost, we are able to work with you to develop a legal strategy which is tailored to your

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Debt Relief Through Bankruptcy or Divorce?

Morristown Divorce Attorneys: Debt and Bankruptcy Financial challenges, disagreements on spending, and/or lack of a unified and agreed upon household budget are often contributing factors when individuals entertain the prospect of divorce. When considering divorce finances often play a role, including but not limited to, the strain that debt can place on a relationship. There

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Staying Insured: Post Divorce Healthcare Options in NJ

Are Medical Benefits Considered Marital Property in Morris County, NJ? During the course of a divorce, most assets which were held jointly or were acquired during the course of a marriage must be divided. Many individuals think about child custody arrangements, if applicable and spend time brainstorming different solutions that will facilitate the equitable distribution of

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Is it Legal to Record My Spouse or Partner during my NJ Divorce?

Morristown Spousal Spying and Divorce Lawyers NJ Morris County Family and Divorce Attorneys Here to Advise you Every Step of the Way It`s not unusual to think that uncovering possible evidence that your spouse or partner is having an affair or engaging in inappropriate behavior, is enough to prompt a person to file for divorce

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