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Executive spouse divorce strategies

Dividing assets in a divorce is often as tumultuous a process as the personal separation. High-income couples in New Jersey have much at stake and must carefully consider how to begin the difficult task of evaluating their personal and joint financial affairs. Unravel...

Divorce rate tends to increase in late summer

For New Jersey couples, divorce is rarely an easy topic to consider. However, many reach the point in their relationship where they feel there is no choice but to move on and end the marriage. Despite perceptions to the contrary, this is rarely a knee-jerk decision....

What to know about child support modifications

If you are a noncustodial parent, there is a good chance that you are making monthly child support payments. When calculating your monthly payment, a New Jersey judge will look at factors such as your income and the number of children that you need to support. In the...

Why women choose divorce more than men

Some New Jersey residents would agree that women are often more interested in marriage and a family than men. However, a recent study showed that the woman in a relationship is also the person to take the first action in a divorce 70% of the time. Experts have...

Dividing a small business in divorce

If you are facing a high-asset divorce in New Jersey, it is important to consider what is most important to you when it comes to property division. Many couples find that they can negotiate a win-win settlement agreement when they have realistic expectations and are...

Make child custody changes before school starts

If you are divorced and co-parenting your children with your ex, or if you are contemplating filing for divorce, now is a good time to iron out any kinks in your child custody agreement.The reason for addressing these issues during summer vacation is that it...

More couples splitting over political disagreements

Opposites attract - or do they? Married couples often have philosophical disagreements, but which ones are big enough to end the relationship? The political rancor in Washington D.C. appears to be never ending. Is the nation's political climate making personal...

Can an alimony judgment be modified?

Divorce proceedings are generally difficult for everyone involved. A lot of the stress that comes with a divorce often comes from a feeling of powerlessness in the face of a judge's legally binding judgment. If a judgment seems to be unfair, you may be left wishing...