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What to Know About Post-Judgment Modifications in New Jersey

When you get divorced, you and your ex will have to make a number of important decisions. Some of the most important decisions you may have to make include child support, child custody, and spousal support. New Jersey courts work hard to ensure that your children are in a happy,…
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How Can I Protect my Privacy During a New Jersey Divorce?

Divorce is a stressful process. It is also very personal and emotional. As a result, many couples wish to keep the details of their divorce as private as possible. You will have to determine important factors like child custody, child support, alimony, the division of assets, and so on. In…
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How is Child Custody Determined in New Jersey? | What to Know

When a couple with children gets divorced, child custody is one of the most important matters they will have to determine. Because of the impact, it can have on a child's wellbeing, matters of custody are taken very seriously in the state of New Jersey. As a result, it is…
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Prenuptial Agreements in New Jersey | What to Know

A prenuptial agreement is a document that declares how a couple's assets will be split in the event of separation, death, or divorce. Because of the negative connotations, many couples avoid signing prenups. In fact, a lot of couples do not even discuss the idea for fear of causing tension.…
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Determining the Value of Luxury Assets in a New Jersey Divorce

When getting divorced, you will have to determine a number of important matters. For example, your marital assets must be divided between you and your spouse. In order to do this fairly, your assets must be valued properly, but this is not always easy to do, especially when it comes…
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