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How Is Child Support Calculated in New Jersey?

In the event of a divorce or a break-up, both parents will be required to provide financial support to their children. This requirement is to ensure that children are not financially penalized when parents choose to go their separate ways. Although it is not uncommon for the non-custodial parent to feel they are providing more » Read More


Complications in Grey Divorces

Older people are divorcing at greater rates than ever, a phenomenon known as “grey divorce.” Divorce is always a major life change, but for those nearing or in retirement, there’s no time to make up for the financial problems associated with divorce. That may mean postponing retirement or going back to work after retirement. Spousal » Read More


What Information Should I Share with My Divorce Attorney?

When filing for a divorce, many people are unsure about what and how much information they should share with their divorce attorney. While it is important to be forthcoming with any information requested by your lawyer, certain information can be crucial in helping your legal counsel properly represent your interests during your divorce proceedings. Financials » Read More


In-Laws and Divorce

When you break up with a spouse, you are also essentially breaking up with his or her entire family. The in-laws may even be a major source of contention in your divorce. The following are tips for maintaining a healthy relationship with your ex’s family before, during, and after your marriage ends. Love can make » Read More


August is National Child Support Awareness Month

August is recognized as National Child Support Awareness Month. Former President Bill Clinton established in 1995, through Proclamation 6814, that child support programs at all levels of government would be recognized. This includes the people who operate those programs. In New Jersey, the Department of Human Services Office of Child Support oversees and enforces child » Read More


Tips for Parenting Through Divorce

Half of American children will experience the breakup of their parents’ marriage before their 18th birthday. Research shows that divorce can potentially impact children’s emotional and physical health. Healthy and consistent co-parenting can prevent these negative changes and encourage children to thrive, both during the divorce process and well into adulthood. The following are some » Read More


A Lack of Financial Communication

One of the main contributors to divorce is a continuing lack of communication between married couples. Specifically, partners that do not discuss their finances when married can have greater chances of marital difficulties down the road. If matters lead to the end of the marriage, they may experience highly challenging divorce proceedings. Many couples are » Read More


The Divorce Decision

Going through a divorce can be a harrowing experience, and the decision to begin proceedings should not be taken lightly. An unhappily married person considering divorce might not actually be ready to begin legal proceedings. There is a natural tendency for people to leave difficult situations as quickly as possible, but a short-term gain can » Read More


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How Is Child Support Calculated in New Jersey?

August 14, 2018
In the event of a divorce or a break-up, both parents will be required to provide financial support ..

Complications in Grey Divorces

August 9, 2018
Older people are divorcing at greater rates than ever, a phenomenon known as “grey divorce.” Div..