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How Hard Is It To Prove Cohabitation And Stop Paying Alimony?
How Hard Is It To Prove Cohabitation And Stop Paying Alimony?

It is difficult but not impossible, depending upon your facts. The good news is that the law of cohabitation and alimony was "modernized" in New Jersey back in 2014 which was part of the greatest overhaul I have ever witnessed to divorce and alimony laws since I became ...

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Blog posts in January, 2018

  • Cash is King … Unless You Face a New Jersey Divorce!

    After nearly 20 years as a New Jersey divorce attorney , I have handled many cases in which one or both of the parties have a “cash” business. As I am ...

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  • Can Paying New Jersey Alimony Ever Be A Good Thing?

    No one, and I mean no one, is ever happy paying New Jersey Alimony to their former spouse. Ranging from lasting bitter feelings to affordability, it ...

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  • How Does Equal Parenting Time Arrangements Affect New Jersey Child Support?

    The goal of the New Jersey Child Support Guidelines was to establish a level of fairness and uniformity when a Court awards child support in this ...

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  • If I Have Equal Parenting Time, Is Child Support Required In New Jersey?

    It depends upon the parents' respective incomes. The lawyers at our law firm located in East Brunswick, New Jersey advise our clients that when there ...

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  • Can I Stop My Ex From Moving My Child Out Of New Jersey?

    Yes, if a New Jersey Family Court finds that the move out of the state of New Jersey is not in the best interests of the child. During my many years ...

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  • Can I Be Forced To Pay For My Child’s College Expenses If I Get Divorced But Cannot Afford To?

    No. A judge of the Family Part, Superior Court of New Jersey is bound by the law to take many factors into consideration when determining if a parent ...

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  • Can E-Z Pass Records Be Admitted Into Evidence In A New Jersey Final Restraining Order Trial?

    In New Jersey, if a lawyer handling a domestic violence hearing wishes to present credible evidence to the court to strengthen his or her case, he or ...

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  • Can Civil Restraints Prevent Me From Obtaining Another Restraining Order?

    No. A Judge of the Superior Court of New Jersey is focused on the testimony elicited from you by your attorney. Simply put, New Jersey’s Prevention of ...

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  • Can A Parent Terminate Their Rights In A New Jersey Custody Case?

    In New Jersey Child Custody Case , a parent’s rights can be terminated either voluntarily or involuntarily. Sometimes a parent will voluntarily give ...

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