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Is My New Jersey Prenuptial Agreement Enforceable?
Is My New Jersey Prenuptial Agreement Enforceable?

“Is my Prenuptial Agreement enforceable in New Jersey?” After 2 decades as a divorce attorney, many times I have had a new client nervously utter this question. My answer is always “it depends.” I then begin my legal analysis that is consistent with past case law as well as ...

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Blog Posts in 2014

  • May I Obtain A Final Restraining Order If I Did Not Ever Go To The Police To Report It?

    Yes. As the restraining order lawyers at our East Brunswick, New Jersey law firm are well aware, a judge of the Family Part, Superior Court of New ...

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  • Why Divorce is a Common New Year's Resolution: An Interview

    TRANSCRIPT: Interviewer: Let me welcome back to New Jersey today our official Legal Analyst. To talk about something that January has become ...

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  • What Can I Do If I Am Overpaying Support But My New Jersey Divorce Still Isn't Over?

    If you feel like you are overpaying support to your soon to be ex-spouse while your New Jersey divorce is still pending, you should immediately ...

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  • May I Obtain A Restraining Order For Stalking If My Husband Places A Tracking Device On My Car?

    Yes. Under New Jersey law stalking occurs when someone knowingly or purposefully engages in conduct directed as a specific person that would cause a ...

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  • May I Lower My Life Insurance If My Child Support Is Reduced In N.J.?

    May I Lower My Life Insurance If My Child Support Is Reduced In N.J.? If your New Jersey divorce lawyer made this as part of your divorce agreement ...

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  • In a New Jersey Divorce, If You Are Not Honest You May Have To Pay The Other Attorney Fees!

    One of the most frequently asked questions I am faced with is in regards to attorney’s fees in a divorce action is whether other spouse will be ...

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  • May I Have Sole Custody Of My Child If The Other Parent Is Found To Have Been Sexually Abusive To Our Child?

    Yes. While sole custody is rarely granted , in a case involving sexual abuse of the child by one parent should result in your attorneys obtaining sole ...

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  • Parents Ordered To Pay Part Of Estranged Daughter's Out Of State College Tuition

    Just a few months ago, Rachel Canning was the star of New Jersey news. Remember, the teen who sued her parents for child support after she moved out ...

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  • May I Have A New Judge Assigned To My N.J. Divorce?

    Probably not. The lawyers at our East Brunswick, New Hersey law firm have heard this request from our divorce client’s many times over the years. Long ...

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