Category: Finances

Communicate Successfully Post Divorce – Is It Possible?

Morristown County Post-Divorce Communication Strategy If you’re in the throes of divorce proceedings or your divorce has been recently finalized, you may be asking if a communication strategy with your soon-to-be ex can even exist at all, much less a successful one.  It can.  You can do it.  In this article we will look at

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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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Are Any of My Assets Protected from being Divided during My Divorce?

One of the most commonly asked questions of our Morris County family law attorneys when representing clients during divorce is which, if any, assets will be protected from New Jersey equitable distribution laws during the divorce. While there is no “one size fits all” answer to this question as equitable distribution laws depend upon many factors

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How is My Divorce Affected if my Spouse Has Control of the Family Finances?

Aug 21
How is My Divorce Affected if my Spouse Has Control of the Family Finances?
By Categories Divorce, Finances

New Jersey divorce law recognizes that divorces need to be decided without one party being disadvantaged or advantaged due to control of family finances. Both parties are entitled to be on equal financial ground when deciding their divorce and the key issues of child custody, child support, alimony, and division of assets without feeling pressured financially

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Weighing Child Support Payment Options Part II – Payment through the Probation Department

In Part I of this series, we focused on the positives and negatives about having child support paid directly from the obligor to the obligee. If you don’t know what these terms mean, or have forgotten, check out last week’s post for these definitions.  This week, we turn our attention to child support payments made to and

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