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In A New Jersey Divorce, Must I Attend Mediation If There Is A Restraining Order?
In A New Jersey Divorce, Must I Attend Mediation If There Is A Restraining Order?

No. For over the past twenty years as a divorce lawyer, I have been waiting for a decision from the Superior Court of New Jersey to confirm this “no brainer” decision. In a recent case, the parties agreed in their divorce agreement that they (and their respective attorneys) ...

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Blog posts in May, 2013

  • In a New Jersey Divorce, May I Use a Power of Attorney?

    Lawyers in New Jersey understand that, especially in a divorce case, the importance of oral testimony and written certifications in divorce ...

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    One of the first questions I am asked as a New Jersey divorce attorney in what alimony is a viable claim, is “what is your income?” On occasions where ...

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  • How Do I Prove That My “Ex” is Living With Someone?

    As a New Jersey Divorce Lawyer, I have always found this area of NJ Family Law to be one of the most unfair, specifically to the person paying ...

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  • In a New Jersey Divorce, Does it Matter if We Lived Together for Years Before We Were Married?

    In this day and age, many people live together before getting married. As a New Jersey divorce attorney , this is more common than not. Now, usually ...

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  • In A New Jersey Divorce Court, What Are Unclean Hands?

    “Unclean hands” are when either the husband or wife is acting in bad faith during a Court proceeding. In my experience as a divorce attorney, this can ...

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  • In A New Jersey Divorce, Are There Times When Assets Are Not Split Equally?

    In New Jersey divorce law the term equitable distribution is used in almost every divorce case. It describes the way the Family Court Judge shall ...

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