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Remember: Sometimes You Only Get One Bite At The Apple!
Remember: Sometimes You Only Get One Bite At The Apple!

When it comes to the division of your assets in a divorce, that is. Under New Jersey law certain orders relating to alimony, child support, child custody, and parenting time may be modified upon a showing of changed circumstances. Therefore, you and your lawyer may return to ...

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Blog posts in August, 2016

  • What Does Discovery Mean in a New Jersey Divorce Case?

    As a New Jersey Divorce Attorney, virtually every case has a “discovery” period. Simply put, it allows each party to “discover” facts that may be ...

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  • The Judge Is Smarter Than Some People Think!

    Throughout my career as a divorce and family law attorney, I have seen many folks who feel that they can, "play the system." Many times, this involves ...

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  • If I Try To File For Child Support In New Jersey, Am I Held To The Same Standard As A Lawyer?

    As a divorce attorney for over twenty years, I have had many folks come to me after they tried to obtain a divorce on their own. A common problem I ...

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  • Amending or Revoking Existing Marital Agreements in Monmouth County

    There are two types of marital agreements: a postnuptial agreement and a prenuptial agreement. A prenuptial agreement is one where a couple decides ...

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  • What Does A Sample Child Custody and Parenting Time Agreement Look Like?

    What Does A Sample Child Custody and Parenting Time Agreement Look Like? During my career as a child custody lawyer here in New Jersey, I have always ...

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  • A New Jersey Family Court Balances the Equities When Handling a Motion for a Reduction of Alimony

    As I recently discussed in my piece, “When May My New Jersey Alimony Be Terminated As Opposed To Just Being Lowered,” the alimony laws in this state ...

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