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What Do I Need To Prove Cohabitation To Stop Alimony Payments?
What Do I Need To Prove Cohabitation To Stop Alimony Payments?

As a New Jersey divorce attorney I embrace that when attempting to modify or terminate alimony, your lawyer must provide evidence that the monies of his ex-wife and her new boyfriend were commingled or that his ex was reliant on her paramour (i.e. new girlfriend) for living ...

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Blog posts in June, 2016

  • What Documents May I Need During My New Jersey Divorce?

    During the divorce process, your New Jersey divorce attorney may ask you to share certain documents with your attorney. It is imperative that you do ...

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  • What Does A Complaint For Annulment Look Like?

    As a New Jersey family law attorney, I have often explained the difference between a divorce and an annulment. Many folks think that if the marriage ...

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  • Are Both Spouses Responsible For Tax Debt In A New Jersey Divorce?

    During my many years as a New Jersey divorce attorney I have helped many people start fresh with new lives without their former spouses. Unfortunately ...

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  • Why This Divorce Lawyer Does Not Recommend "Post-Nuptial" Agreements.

    For over the past twenty years as an attorney practicing divorce law here in New Jersey, I have had countless folks ask me about my opinion regarding ...

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  • What Does A Consent Order Regarding Child Custody Look Like In A Complex Case

    In the following case involved custody of a young child named Mary here in New Jersey. I have been the attorney for the defendant for many, many years ...

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  • What Does A Court Order Appointing A Parenting Time Coordinator Look Like?

    As a child custody lawyer for the past 20 years, I have observed many developments in New Jersey law. One, from the attorney’s perspective, has been a ...

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