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May A New Jersey Divorce Court Force My "Ex" To Work To Ensure Alimony and Child Support Payments?

As an expert attorney in divorce and child support matters, I am well aware that a Judge of the Family Part of the Superior Court of New Jersey cannot actually issue a court order that forces an individual to get a job and work. However, that does not mean that a judge ...

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Blog posts in August, 2014

  • May A N.J. Divorce Court Re-Open My Divorce If Our Home Was Not Addressed?

    Yes. If an asset of the marriage is not addressed in your Final (or Dual) Judgment of Divorce in New Jersey, even if your lawyer failed to disclose ...

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  • In a New Jersey Divorce, When Is My Spouse Responsible for My Attorney Fees?

    Often during a marriage one spouse is more heavily involved in the finances than the other. This leads to many clients coming to my office in the dark ...

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  • What Expenses Are Included In New Jersey Child Support Guidelines?

    As a divorce attorney in New Jersey for over twenty years, I know first hand that one of the most popular questions I am asked on a daily basis by my ...

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  • THINK BEFORE YOU POST!

    At my law firm, we often say when discussing our cases, “Just do your best with the hand we have been dealt.” In some cases, the facts are great for ...

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  • If My Spouse is a Lazy Bum, How Does That Effect My New Jersey Divorce?

    As a divorce attorney, when finances and support are at stake, I have seen many folks go to great lengths to reduce or even eliminate their income, ...

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