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What Can I Do If My Divorce Agreement Is Unfair?
What Can I Do If My Divorce Agreement Is Unfair?

Under the law of divorce here in the state of New Jersey, a party can have their lawyer file a motion to set-aside a Matrimonial Settlement Agreement for fraud, coercion or unconscionable (i.e., unfair) but only within one (1) year of the entry of the Final (or Dual) ...

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Blog posts in April, 2016

  • Virtual Parenting Time? Better than the old days.

    I am proud to say that back when I opened my New Jersey Divorce Law Firm back in 1996, I was one of the first lawyers in the country who understood ...

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  • A N.J. Divorce, College Expenses and a Divorced Parents Right To Know

    Here in New Jersey, divorced parents may be legally compelled to contribute towards their child's college tuition and certain related expenses. ...

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  • In A Divorce Trial, Credibility Of A Witness Is Everything

    Due to the nature of divorce and family law cases, experienced lawyers understand that many cases are decided on the testimony and the credibility of ...

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  • Under New Jersey's Prevention of Domestic Violence Act, Are Women Ever Found to be the Abuser?

    As a family lawyer some of the most difficult situations that comes across my desk is a case involving serious offense domestic violence. That is why ...

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  • Under New Jersey Family Law, Who Has Final Say Regarding Enrollment of A Child in a Religious School?

    How many times have you heard the famous saying “separation of church and state?” Countless I’m sure. Those renowned words were spoken by Thomas ...

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  • Under New Jersey Divorce Law, Am I Responsible To Pay For My Child's College If They Choose a More Expensive School?

    As a New Jersey family lawyer for over twenty years, I know that the burden of paying child support is one that concerns all divorcing couples. ...

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