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Making Alimony Payments Tax Deductible

One of the reasons why tax laws are hard to understand is because of the frequent changes made to them. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act will change the way tax deductions for alimony payments work for all legal separations and divorce agreements executed after December 31, 2018. It will have no consequences for couples that » Read More

My Spouse Just Left

Even if your spouse leaving was not completely unsuspected, it is still a shock that your marriage may be over. Although you are still trying to process the changes in your life and that of your children, it is time to act. The first thing you should do is contact a divorce lawyer. Ask divorced » Read More

What is a Collaborative Divorce?

Every divorce is different. Some couples battle over every issue no matter how minor – costing each other plenty of time and money. Other couples are surprisingly amicable, and only need legal guidance to complete the necessary paperwork. However, most couples find themselves somewhere in the middle: charting unfamiliar ground but willing to compromise on » Read More

The Impact of Divorce on Your Health

We know about the practical ways that divorce changes our lives. Those are easily discernible. We may change our name, our residence, and our family structure. Less understood, however, is the impact divorce has on your emotional and physical health. New research shows that divorce increases the risk of many health conditions. Science gives us » Read More

Who Keeps the Ring?

In New Jersey, gifts that are given with the intent to marry are conditional gifts. If the marriage does not occur, the gift must be returned. This same law applies to an engagement ring, given with the intention or “condition” of marrying. Unlike other states, New Jersey does not consider who was at fault for » Read More

Student Loans Cause Divorce

According to a report from CNBC, one out of every eight divorces is caused by student loan debt. In fact, Student Loan Hero, a website for education debt management, reports that the average loan for the graduating class of 2017 is almost $40,000. Although it is no secret that money issues are a common cause » Read More

Owning a Business While Divorcing

Divorce is a stressful, trying time that demands serious change. This is true not just for the divorcing couple, but any children and family involved. However, when spouses divorce and there is a business involved, things can become even more complicated. In New Jersey, when business owners divorce, one of three scenarios can occur: Liquidation » Read More

Meeting an Ex-Spouse’s New Partner

When it comes to divorce, feelings of anger, sadness, and resentment can linger long after the proceedings have finished. Despite such feelings, the next step after divorce is to move on. You are beginning a new chapter in your new life, one without your ex-spouse by your side. One part of moving on will often » Read More

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