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Should Both Parties Retain Their Own Attorney For A Prenuptial Agreement?
Should Both Parties Retain Their Own Attorney For A Prenuptial Agreement?

Yes. In order for a prenuptial agreement to be held valid by a judge of a New Jersey Family Court, both spouses should be represented by their own attorney before entering into the agreement. Otherwise it may be deemed invalid. Under New Jersey law, prenuptial agreements ...

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Blog posts in April, 2018

  • How Is Alimony And Cohabitation Handled Now That New Jersey Alimony Laws Have Changed?

    Over the course of my career as a New Jersey divorce lawyer, the 2014 amendments to the alimony laws in our state were the most revolutionary I have ...

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  • If I Receive SSD Benefits And Pay Child Support, Do I Still Need To Prove My Disability?

    Yes. In New Jersey your lawyer must provide proof of your disability, even if you have been awarded social security disability benefits. As child ...

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  • Circumstances Where Alimony is Not Awarded in New Jersey

    In circumstances where alimony is not awarded in New Jersey, the former spouses can speak with a distinguished spousal support lawyer about ...

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  • How Much Extra In Child Support Do I Pay So My "Ex" May Enjoy My Child's Extra-Curricular Activities?

    Under New Jersey child support laws the parent of primary residence should not gain extra money via child support due to "incidental" beyond what is ...

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  • How Is New Jersey Child Support Calculated If The Other Parent Is Not Working As Much As They Should Be?

    Often times if a court is trying to grant a child support award, but one of the parents is voluntarily unemployed or underemployed, the court will ...

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  • How Important is it to Preserve Evidence In A Domestic Violence Case?

    Far too often as a New Jersey Divorce Attorney, my cases involve some semblance of NJ domestic violence . When folks finally come to consult with my ...

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  • How Does New Jersey Protect the Whereabouts Of A Victim Of Domestic Violence as the Divorce Process Begins?

    In order to protect a victim of domestic violence, New Jersey’s Prevention of Domestic Violence Act allows a Judge of a New Jersey Family Court to ...

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  • How Do New Jersey’s New Alimony Laws Effect Cases Where Cohabitation Was Occurring Before The Law Was Changed?

    On September 10, 2014, New Jersey alimony laws received a dramatic overhaul. The goal is to “modernize” alimony laws to reflect the many changes in ...

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  • Do I Get Credit For Alimony Paid During My Divorce?

    In New Jersey, no you do not unless your attorney can prove at your divorce trial that you “over paid” during the time that your divorce started until ...

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