In part 2 of our high-conflict divorce blog series, we continue our look at difficult divorces and how to cope with a problematic ex. Is a high-conflict spouse at risk for derailing your divorce? Here’s a lawyer’s perspective on how to keep problematic personalities in check.
During divorce, important decisions must be made about the distribution of martial retirement assets, including 401(k) accounts. Beginning in 2018, a new IRS tax rule on 401(k) contributions could have an impact on divorce asset division and other income-related aspects of divorce. Here’s what you need to know. Read more
Is is possible to go through divorce with minimum stress and conflict, and still protect your assets, your children — and your sanity? Yes! Here are three key things to avoid to achieve a good divorce without so much struggle. Read more
You can hate your ex and still have a good divorce…with a little extra effort. From putting aside your negative feelings to keeping legal fees down and your children’s spirits up, read on for 27 ways to have the best divorce possible. Read more
When parents make the decision to leave their children home unsupervised, sometimes, it’s by choice and sometimes it’s by necessity. Perhaps the parent is going next door to a friends for a short time. Or, perhaps they need to get to a job interview and can’t afford child care. When does this decision mean that the parent is neglecting their child? Read more
Certain personality types fuel acrimonious divorces. Because high-conflict people thrive on drama, it only takes one to turn divorce into a war zone. Does this sound like your former spouse? Read on for tips on how to cope with an antagonistic ex. Read more
Do men really get alimony from their wives? Or since marriage equality — their husbands? It is a fairly frequent question that has been asked over the years here in New Jersey.
What’s the answer? Read more
Are you concerned that your loved one’s partner controls all the money? There’s a difference between a mutual agreement in which one responsible spouse handles the finances, and an imbalance of power in which one partner manipulates the other into being the financial gatekeeper. Read more