Category: Alimony

Relief From Default Divorce Judgment or Settlement Agreement

Relief From Morris County Default Judgment and Settlement Agreements Going through a divorce can often be an expensive, stressful, and draining process.  As such, many people tend to try to get through it as quickly as possible, and sign agreements that may not be in their best interests, and are sometimes just downright unfair. Others

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Are Premarital Agreements Difficult to Enforce in NJ?

Morris County Prenuptial Agreement Enforcement Lawyers Marital and non-marital agreements in New Jersey are a great way for couples to plan ahead, agree upon terms, and ensure they are aligned both personally and financially no matter what the future brings. These discussions can be difficult for a couple at the time of their engagement, while

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Holidays, Parenting Time, and Mrs. Doubtfire

Morris County Co-parents Plan for the Holidays You don’t have to “pull a Mrs. Doubtfire” to spend time with your kids this year It is hard to miss at least one showing of the seemingly never-ending loop of the movie Mrs. Doubtfire, one of Robin Williams’ comedic masterpieces, playing on the television during the holiday season.

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VIDEO – What types of complex financial issues may need to be addressed during the divorce process?

Address Financial Issues in Their Morris County Divorce During our initial personal and confidential consultation with our clients, many topics important to their divorce will be discussed.  However that conversation at some time will begin to revolve around the financial issues in their divorce. What are the issues? Whether it’s equitable distribution, alimony, child support

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VIDEO – FAQ: How do I begin the divorce process?

How do I begin the divorce process in Morris County and Northern NJ? Divorce is actually the beginning of the end of time of hurt and discontentment. Many people who want to end a negative chapter in their lives through divorce often don’t know where or how to begin the process.  Family law courts can

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Grounds for Divorce in New Jersey

Grounds for Filing for Divorce in Morris County NJ In New Jersey, every divorce must be filed based on a given reason (legally known as a “ground”). As a no-fault divorce State, individuals in New Jersey can file for what is known as a “no-fault divorce” (discussed in the sections below), or file for a “fault-based divorce.”

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Family Law Modifications and Appeals

Family Law Modifications and Appeals in Morris County NJ Many different legal matters fall under the umbrella of “family law”. Child custody, visitation and parenting time, child support, alimony, the division of assets, divorce, domestic violence and many other issues are all heard and decided by the Superior Court (within the Family Part), and as such

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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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How Is Alimony Calculated?

While the determination of child support has been largely standardized across New Jersey thanks to the Child Support Guidelines, when it comes to deciding an alimony agreement or modifying an existing alimony agreement, there are no precise “guidelines.” Rather, alimony is awarded based on the idea that an alimony agreement should “enable each party to

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