Tag Archive for: divorce vs. separation

You Are Invited! WLG Announces “Family Law Tuesday” Facebook Q&A

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Have a question about divorce, child custody, child support, alimony, marital assets, prenuptial agreements, or any other family law-related matter? On the first Tuesday of each month, Weinberger Divorce & Family Law Group invites you to attend Family Law Tuesday, a live Q&A session hosted on our WLG Facebook page. Read more

Can You Receive (Or Do You Need to Pay) Alimony If You’re Separated?

You and your spouse are separated, but your divorce is still not final. Do you qualify to receive NJ alimony — or likewise, could you be on the hook to pay alimony until your divorce goes through? Read more

Why Long-Term Separations Can Be Financially Risky

For many couples, making the decision to separate can be a welcome break to work on and finally resolve the personal issues causing discord in their marriage. Legally, there is no set time limit on how long a separation in New Jersey can or should last. However, should there be? If you are involved in a marital separation that has lasted for months, or even years, without either party making a move to reconcile or divorce, it is important to be aware that this can come with certain financial risks. Here’s a look at four potential pitfalls of long separations. Read more