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If I Want To Sue My Spouse In New Jersey Must I Go To Family Court?
If I Want To Sue My Spouse In New Jersey Must I Go To Family Court?

Yes, as a New Jersey divorce lawyer I have been asked this question many times. All told, under N.J. divorce law, an attorney may only file an application regarding a case that is interrelated to a legal issue that evolved from a “family or family type” relationship. ...

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Blog posts in January, 2012

  • If I Was Under Duress When I Signed My N.J. Divorce Agreement, Can I Have It Overturned?

    As a New Jersey divorce lawyer since 1995, I understand that many folks, after the fact, feel that they were “under duress” when they entered into ...

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  • If My Child Support Covers More Than One Child, What Happens When The Oldest Child Is Emancipated?

    The emancipation of one child is a “change of circumstances” which allows a New Jersey Family Court to revisit and change the original child support ...

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  • If I Am Murdered By My Spouse, May My Estate Seek The Same Claims That I Would Have Had Under a New Jersey Divorce?

    One thing I have learned over the years, both professionally as a lawyer but in my personal life as well, sometimes marriages can be more difficult ...

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  • If My Child Support Was Set In New Jersey And I Move to Another State, Does N.J. Still Have Jurisdiction?

    Yes. Over the many years I have been practicing as a child support lawyer, it has become more and more common for people to move out of state after a ...

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  • If My Divorce Agreement Says I Shall Pay For 50% Of College Costs, Does That Stand If Our Child Seeks Student Loans?

    Yes. The divorce lawyers at our law firm here in East Brunswick, New Jersey, always make it unequivocally clear to our clients that once they sign a ...

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  • IF My Divorce Agreement Says Our House Shall Be Sold But My "Ex" Do Not Cooperate, How Can A N.J. Lawyer Help Me?

    The lawyers at our East Brunswick, New Jersey law firm would, at a minimum, file a motion with the Family Court seeking a limited power of attorney ...

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