Answers From Experienced Divorce Attorneys

Can I get divorced in New Jersey?

There are residential requirements to qualify you for filing your divorce in New Jersey. Most importantly, you or your spouse must be a bona fide resident of New Jersey for at least one year and continues to reside in New Jersey during the divorce proceedings, and at least one spouse plans to reside in New Jersey for a year after the divorce is final.

I live in New Jersey, where will my divorce be filed?

What is divorce arbitration?

What is an Annulment?

If I am already divorced, who can claim the children as dependents for tax purposes?

FAQs On Alimony

When will I stop paying alimony?

What does it mean to have my support payments made through the Probation Department?

What are the tax consequences of alimony payments?

Frequently Asked Questions about Child Support

What is the Uniform Interstate Family Support Act (UIFSA)?

What does it mean to emancipate a child?

When is my child emancipated?

What are Education Credits?

Can I pay my child support to my child once he/she starts college?

Child Custody FAQs

What is the Hague Convention?

What is the Parental Kidnapping Prevention Act?

How can I change my child’s name?

What is a Probation Department Best Interest’s Evaluation?

What is the role of a Guardian Ad Litem?

What is the role of an attorney appointed for the children?

What does a Parenting Coordinator do?

LGBT Family Law FAQs

What is palimony?