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Sharing custody can be hard in general. Parents want to be there for all the big moments in their children’s lives. These moments may include holidays. Holidays can be a time to create memories and traditions. So, the holiday season can be difficult for divorced couples. Often, both parents want to spend the holidays with their children. What is a fair way to determine who gets what holiday? There is no right or wrong answer.…
Divorces are complicated, some more so than others. The more assets a couple has, the more difficult splitting up these assets can become. For this reason, high net worth divorces are defined differently than other divorces. So what constitutes a high net worth divorce? How can you best protect your assets? Read on to learn more about high net worth divorce in New Jersey. What Constitutes a High Net Worth Divorce? A high net worth…
When a couple chooses to end their marriage, the process can be difficult. Things become especially complicated when young children are involved. Often, parents have vastly differing opinions about what is best for their children. As a result, child custody can easily become one of the most contentious aspects of a divorce. In order to make the best decisions regarding custody for your family, it is important to be educated about the process. Read…
When two people choose to move forward with a divorce, things can become complicated. While both parties may be on the same page about filing for divorce, they may be in disagreement about many other matters. For example, child support, alimony, division of assets, and so on. A divorce can be a difficult process, that is why it is important to find the right legal support. Read on to better understand New Jersey’s divorce process…
All parents want to spend as much time as they can with their children, especially when the holidays come around. However, this can be difficult for parents who are divorced. When a divorce happens, parents usually create a parenting time agreement that outlines the days they have with their child. This tends to designate certain holidays, such as Halloween. Continue reading below to learn more about how this holiday can be shared and contact an…
One part of a divorce that tends to cause issues between two spouses is the division of assets. That is why some spouses prepare in advance for this possibility and create a prenuptial agreement. Simply put, this is a document that both parties sign before the marriage is official, agreeing to how they will distribute assets in the event of a divorce. Like all other court orders, this can be enforced by the court if…
When preparing to go through a divorce, it is important for spouses to be aware that they are not required to complete the process through litigation. There are other alternatives available to them, such as mediation. Continue reading below to learn more and contact a New Jersey divorce attorney for assistance with your divorce. What is Mediation? When spouses are able to work together, they may benefit from going through mediation to complete their divorce.…
When former spouses move on from their divorce, they can experience great changes in their life. Sometimes, this may even require them to relocate, whether it may be to a different town, city, or state. While this can be exciting, it can also be complicated if the parent shares custody of their child with their former spouse. In these situations, parents usually do not want to move without their child. However, the other parent usually…
When spouses have a family, their divorce can impact more than just them. This is because it raises the question of child custody. This does not only affect the parents and the children, but the potential grandparents as well. Just as parents worry about spending time with their children, grandparents worry about spending time with their grandchildren. The court encourages grandparents’ involvement in a child’s life in most cases, as it can allow for positive…
When the court approves divorce and family law matters, they will issue a court order to finalize it. It is important to be aware that these orders are considered the law. Therefore, they are required to be followed. If a parent or former spouse refuses to cooperate and ignores the order, there are ways that it can be enforced. Continue reading below to learn more and contact an experienced New Jersey attorney for assistance. When…