New Jersey Family Law Blog

Should Children of Divorce Dictate Parenting Arrangements?

Should Children of Divorce Dictate Parenting Arrangements?
In a sense, it appears to be somewhat of a rhetorical question. No one under the age of 18 should really be in charge of anything. Yet, it happens. Should…
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When Imputed Income Becomes the Basis for Support

When Imputed Income Becomes the Basis for Support
Child support and spousal support represent two critical issues in family law matters. In many cases, calculating numbers means a simple review of paystubs. However, it’s not always so plain…
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How Long Does Your Prenuptial Agreement Last?

How Long Does Your Prenuptial Agreement Last?
In a sense, signing a prenup represents a marriage contract. No doubt you’re within your rights to think it took some of the romance out of marital vows. That said,…
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Is There Ever a Right Time to Consider Divorce?

Is There Ever a Right Time to Consider Divorce?
All the gifts are unwrapped, and the new year approaches. For some, it means looking at the past and deciding it’s time for an end. For others, a few more…
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Breaching a Marital Settlement Agreement

Breaching a Marital Settlement Agreement
Although it’s referred to as a marital settlement agreement (MSA), it means something else to you. Simply stated, it represents a statement summing up the terms of your divorce. It…
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