Monthly Archives: January 2016

When Is The Right Time To Start Dating Again After Divorce?

After years of being miserably married, you’re raring to hit the dating scene again. But not so fast! Despite your free-bird status, you may not be ready for a romantic entanglement. The last thing you want right now is to … Continue reading

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Getting Divorced When You Are a Business Shareholder or Investor

When you are a shareholder in a business, how will divorce affect your stake? Here is an overview of what owners and investors can expect during the asset division process.

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5 Costly Errors People Make During Their Divorce Consultation

Divorce can be emotional and stressful. You have taken the very difficult step of deciding to end your marriage. You have spent time researching local attorneys. And now you are preparing for your initial consultation.  How can you make the most of … Continue reading

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Caught Cheating: Can You File for Divorce Based On Adultery?

Your worst fears have been confirmed: your spouse has been having an extramarital affair. After careful consideration, you know that divorce is the best decision for you. But can you — or should you — file for your divorce based upon … Continue reading

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High Conflict Divorce: 5 Things Your Therapist Can Do To Help

The goal of traditional talk therapy is to help clients live and express themselves authentically. When divorcing a high-conflict personality (HCP), however, you need to learn how to be strategic in communicating with your spouse. A therapist who understands how to … Continue reading

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Prior History of Domestic Violence Must be Written into Restraining Order

Testifying in a Final Restraining Order (FRO) hearing about past incidents of domestic violence without those incidents being written into the body of the Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) is a violation of the defendant’s due process rights, according to a … Continue reading

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New Jersey Divorce Chronicles, Part 14: Analyzing The Outcomes

Over the past year, we have followed two couples — Sharon and Robert, and Jason and Melissa — as they navigated the process of getting a divorce in New Jersey. As we saw in our previous installment, both of our couples … Continue reading

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New Jersey Divorce Chronicles, Part 13: Reaching A Settlement

For more than a year now we have been following two couples through the process of deciding to divorce, consulting with attorneys, and choosing whether to begin their cases in private mediation or in the court system. We focused primarily … Continue reading

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Fugitive From Support Obligations? New Jersey Courts Will Not Help You

In a recent New Jersey Appellate court decision (Matison v. Lisnyansky), a three judge panel found that a man who failed to pay his palimony and child support, and who had fled to Russia, could not use the New Jersey … Continue reading

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Has Grandparent Visitation Just Become Easier to Achieve in New Jersey?

The New Jersey Supreme Court, in the case of Major v. Maguire, may have just given grandparents looking to establish visitation with their grandchildren a greater opportunity to make their case.

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