What Will Happen to My Business if I Get Divorced?

If you are a business owner, your business is your pride and joy, which is why if you are now facing divorce, you are most likely very worried about what will happen to your business and hard-earned assets. Please continue reading and speak with our experienced Bergen County family law attorneys to learn more about […]

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How do I Draft a Prenuptial Agreement in New Jersey?

In the past, there has been a stigma attached to drafting prenuptial agreements before marriage. However, in today’s day and age, many couples now see prenuptial agreements for what they are: useful and practical tools that can save them time and money in the long run. If you are engaged to be married, a prenuptial […]

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How to Keep You Divorce Private While Saving Money

If you are someone who is either going through a divorce or are ready to begin the process, you most likely have several concerns, including how to save on legal fees while keeping the details of your divorce private. Fortunately, there are several actions you may take, along with our firm’s assistance, that can help […]

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Telephone Mediation For COVID-19 Co-Parenting Disputes

Though the new coronavirus impacts us all, at this time, divorced co-parents are particularly affected by the virus, as they now have to negotiate child custody and visitation terms amidst quarantines and stay-at-home orders to halt the spread of the virus. Please read on and speak with our experienced New Jersey family law attorneys to […]

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What Should I Not Do When Getting A Divorce?

Divorces are frequently emotionally charged, complicated, and expensive. Therefore, it is always best to hire an experienced New Jersey family law attorneys to guide you through the process. However, though we can help you do the right thing legally, you must ensure you do not do the wrong thing for the process to go as […]

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What is Equitable Distribution?

Divorce is frequently both emotionally and financially exhausting. One of the most hotly contested divorce-related issues is who gets to keep what assets. When spouses cannot agree on such terms, their property will generally be subjected to the equitable distribution process. Though this may seem overwhelming, it does not have to be–our firm is here […]

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Will the Coronavirus Impact My Child Custody Agreement in New Jersey?

As a divorced parent, we understand that there are few things more important to you than the safety of your children. In the wake of the coronavirus, we understand that you may be concerned about how the virus, mandatory quarantines, and other issues coming to the forefront may impact your child custody agreement. Please continue […]

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What is a Divorce Mediator?

There are few things more grueling than divorce litigation. However, if you and your spouse are unable to agree on your divorce terms, there is a very good chance you will enter the litigation process. Fortunately, there are other options on the table, one of them being divorce mediation. If this sounds like something that […]

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Filing For No-Fault Divorce in New Jersey

There are few things more mentally, physically, and financially draining than divorce. Divorce is oftentimes a document-heavy process, further complicating an already emotionally complicated issue. Fortunately, our experienced Bergen County family law attorneys are here to help. If you are getting a divorce, please continue reading to learn more about no-fault divorce in New Jersey […]

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2020 New Jersey Divorce Trends

As times change, so does society. Therefore, as society changes, so do the nature of marriage and divorce. Please read on and reach out to our experienced New Jersey family law attorneys to learn more about the most prevalent 2020 divorce trends: More people over the age of 50 are getting divorced. This is a […]

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