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How Does Adultery Affect My Divorce?
How Does Adultery Affect My Divorce?

The initial way that an affair (or as divorce lawyers refer to as adultery) can affect a marriage is when a spouse decides to file a Complaint for Divorce in the Family Part of the Superior Court of New Jersey. New Jersey is a no-fault state that means that you are entitled ...

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Blog posts in Divorce

  • Who Pays For Braces If I Am Divorced?

    One of the most important concerns that the lawyers at our East Brunswick, New Jersey law firm handle when we have a case of divorcing parents is how ...

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  • When Is A Plenary Hearing Necessary in A New Jersey Family Court?

    Plenary hearings (also known as trials) are held when there are contested issues of fact and credibility determinations need to be made in order to ...

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  • How Does A Long Separation Affect My Divorce In New Jersey?

    A long separation period before filing for divorce does not mean that the marriage has been legally terminated. The divorce lawyers at our East ...

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  • How Does an Experienced New Jersey Divorce Attorney Handle a Deposition?

    While they are not as frequent as in other areas of the law, as a New Jersey Divorce Attorney I have handled many depositions throughout my career. ...

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  • How Does My New Jersey Divorce Effect My Social Security?

    For as long as I have been a New Jersey Divorce Attorney , I have always been asked questions relating to social security benefits . Particularly, my ...

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  • Edison Township Post-Divorce Disputes Lawyer

    Divorce proceedings are typically complicated and time-consuming. Often new disputes arise after a divorce is finalized. Although the divorce process ...

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  • How Do I Know How to File My Taxes While My New Jersey Divorce is Still Pending?

    For nearly 20 years of practicing as a New Jersey Divorce Lawyer , I have dealt with countless issues that inevitably involve potential tax ...

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  • How Are Allocation of Attorney Fees Decided By A New Jersey Divorce Judge?

    Below, please find a theoretical sample of an Order that would be prepared by a Judge of the Family Part of The Superior Court of New Jersey. First, ...

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  • How Am I Protected If My Spouse Dies During Our Divorce?

    By way of a constructive trust. As the divorce here in New Jersey is not yet complete, it would be unfair if all assets went to the deceased spouse’s ...

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