Monthly Archives: May 2016

Parenting Time Vs. Visitation: What’s The Difference?

Parents who are separating are often faced with the difficulty of working out custody and determining how, going forward, the children will spend time with each parent now that they are living apart from one another. It is always the … Continue reading

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Tips for Relocating With Your Children Out of State

You have gotten that dream job and you are all set to accept the offer. But, there is one issue. The job is located in Florida and you live, with your children, in New Jersey. What is the best way … Continue reading

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Negotiating Your Marital Settlement Agreement

Many people have terrible visions in their minds when thinking about divorce. They expect to face a scary judge and a stressful trial. The truth is that, in New Jersey, the vast majority of divorce cases settle and they settle … Continue reading

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Divorced Parents: 3 Tips For Navigating College Costs

It is that time of year, again. High school seniors are making final decisions, touring campuses and selecting, once and for all, where they will attend college in the fall. If you and your child’s other parent were married and … Continue reading

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How To Get A Divorce Like Gwyneth: 3 Top Tips For Conscious Uncoupling

When Gwyneth Paltrow and Chris Martin ended their ten-year marriage in March 2014, they announced their intention to protect their children by having a “conscious uncoupling.” Millions scratched their heads at this lofty moniker: what was “Conscious Uncoupling?” Some sort … Continue reading

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#MaybeHeDoesntHitYou Brings Emotional Abuse Awareness to Social Media

In this digital age, stands are taken, victories are won (and lost) and causes are put in the spotlight through social networking vehicles such as Twitter and Facebook. On Monday, Twitter users began using the hashtag #MaybeHeDoesntHitYou to show that … Continue reading

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Want to Stop Paying Alimony Because Your Ex is Living with Someone? You Better Have Proof

When does dating rise to the level of the legal ground for terminating or suspending alimony known as “cohabitation“? And what kind of evidence can prove that a spouse has entered into this deeper kind of relationship? A new court … Continue reading

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What You May Not Know About Divorce In New Jersey

Thinking about divorce is an emotionally confusing time in anyone’s life. Now, you are contemplating filing for divorce and are facing weeding through the somewhat complex laws that govern divorce in the Garden State. There is a lot of misinformation … Continue reading

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Cohabitation and Alimony in New Jersey: The Quinn Case

Since New Jersey enacted the Alimony Reform Act in 2014, an ex-spouse no longer has to be living full-time in the same home with another person to be considered by the court to be “cohabiting” with that person. Prior to the … Continue reading

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Divorce PTSD And How To Treat It

Many people don’t realize that the financial and psychological stress of a bad divorce, especially if it’s ongoing, can cause PTSD.

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