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What is the best way for you to handle your New Jersey Divorce?
What is the best way for you to handle your New Jersey Divorce?

What is the best way for you to handle your New Jersey Divorce? After nearly 20 years of being a New Jersey divorce attorney , I have seen many people makes mistakes that, many times, have a major impact on their case. Accordingly, I have prepared a list of tips to follow ...

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Blog posts in March, 2014

  • How May I Change the Custody/Parenting Time Arrangement That I Agreed to in my New Jersey Divorce?

    After their divorce has been finalized, many of my client’s return to meet with me regarding parenting time issues. In most of these situations, they ...

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  • May a Final Restraining Order Be Denied In New Jersey When One Spouse Has Been Assaulted By The Other?

    As a family law attorney, I am acutely aware that it is inevitable that during a marriage the parties will have arguments. Sometimes a fight could ...

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  • May A Court Change A Custody Agreement That Was Voluntarily Entered Into By The Parents?

    Yes. The lawyers at our law firm embrace that a judge of the Superior Court of New Jersey is mandated to protect children at all times. Therefore, a ...

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  • Marital Agreements Involving Children in Monmouth County

    There are two types of marital agreements upheld by New Jersey courts, prenuptial agreements, and postnuptial agreements. Both types of agreements try ...

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  • Marital Agreement Laws in Monmouth County

    There are several different types of marital agreement laws in Monmouth County. Marital agreements can be a useful and effective tool before, during, ...

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  • Looking At The Financial Status Of Parties When One Seeks To Terminate Alimony in New Jersey; A Case Study

    Picture this scenario. About ten years ago, a client comes to my office seeking a divorce. He and his soon to be ex-wife have moderate level income ...

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