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Is A Professional Degree Considered Property In A N.J. Divorce?
Is A Professional Degree Considered Property In A N.J. Divorce?

No. A professional degree is not “property” that would then be valuated and divided between the husband and wife in a New Jersey divorce. Having said that, the other spouse’s divorce attorney may argue that their client should be compensated for any monetary contributions ...

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Blog posts in October, 2013

  • New Jersey Domestic Violence Lawyer Provides Information for Victims

    October is Domestic Violence Awareness month. At the Law Offices of Edward R. Weinstein , we want to ensure that all victims of domestic violence have ...

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  • Is A Muslim Religious "Wedding" Considered A Legal Wedding In New Jersey?

    No. Pursuant to this lawyer’s review of New Jersey case law , it is my legal opinion that this would not be deemed a legal marriage. Under N.J.S.A § ...

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  • Will My New Jersey Divorce Go To Trial?

    In short, the answer is not likely. As a New Jersey Divorce Attorney for nearly 2 decades, I am well aware that only approximately 1% of all NJ ...

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  • If I Suffer From a Disease, Could That Effect My New Jersey Alimony?

    While permanent alimony could be seeing it’s last days, it is presently by far one of the most controversial topics in New Jersey. However, as what is ...

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  • Is A Disability An "Exceptional Circumstances" For Alimony In New Jersey?

    Yes. The key is that one must prove to a court that your disability has been documented with clear proof that it adversely affects your ability to ...

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  • Initial Alimony Meetings in New Jersey

    When attending initial alimony meetings in New Jersey, it is imperative that you work with an alimony lawyer. Your attorney can advise you on what ...

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  • In Order To Lower My Alimony Payments, Do I Need An Expert To Testify?

    It is well known in New Jersey family law that if a litigant wants to modify or terminate his or her alimony obligations, he or she will have to prove ...

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