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  • New Jersey Premarital Agreements for Seniors
    New Jersey Premarital Agreements for Seniors

    As the divorce rate among older couples has more than doubled among Americans over 50 (according to a Pew Research study ), so too have the number of seniors getting remarried. With many older couples ...

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  • Elizabeth Rozin-Golinder Receives 2019 Martin S. Goldin Family Law Award
    Elizabeth Rozin-Golinder Receives 2019 Martin S. Goldin Family Law Award

    As the founding partner of Rozin | Golinder Law, Attorney Elizabeth Rozin-Golinder has received a special award from the Middlesex County Bar Association (MCBA): the Martin S. Goldin Family Law Award. ...

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  • Can I Oppose a Divorce?
    Can I Oppose a Divorce?

    When you took your marriage vows, you likely promised to stay committed until death. However, in today's modern times, divorce has become more and more common, and no longer holds the stigma it once ...

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  • Tax Reform Proves Taxing on Divorce
    Tax Reform Proves Taxing on Divorce

    When the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 passed, our Middlesex County divorce lawyers anticipated it could have a major impact on divorcing couples – particularly those who own businesses and other ...

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  • The Benefits of Being an Active Participant in Your Divorce
    The Benefits of Being an Active Participant in Your Divorce

    Helping clients facilitate their divorces is part of our job as New Jersey family law attorneys. But that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t be an active participant in the process. After all, the outcome ...

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  • What Happens to Credit Card Debt in a New Jersey Divorce?
    What Happens to Credit Card Debt in a New Jersey Divorce?

    Divorce can have a major impact on your finances. This is especially true if either of you already have unsecured debt, such as high credit card balances. According to a report by The Federal Reserve ...

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