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Blog Posts in April, 2020

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  • 6 Things To Should Know About Divorce in New Jersey
    6 Things To Should Know About Divorce in New Jersey

    There are many misconceptions people have regarding divorce in New Jersey. There have been countless times clients have come to us with preconceived notions on how their case should settle, or what ...

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  • Impact of COVID-19 on New Jersey Alimony
    Impact of COVID-19 on New Jersey Alimony

    The COVID-10 pandemic has rapidly upended home, work, personal and social lives throughout New Jersey, the United States and the world. Millions of families are wrestling with financial uncertainty ...

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  • Normalizing Divorce: How to Cope With the Social Stigma of Divorce
    Normalizing Divorce: How to Cope With the Social Stigma of Divorce

    Divorce can completely change your life. The friends that you thought you had might suddenly be ignoring you. Even your coworkers may shun you. It is not uncommon for divorcees to feel lost or unsure ...

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  • What Happens To Your Children If You Become Ill or Incapacitated During the Covid-19 Pandemic?
    What Happens To Your Children If You Become Ill or Incapacitated During the Covid-19 Pandemic?

    In a previous blog, we discussed parenting time issues that may arise during the Covid-19 pandemic and ways to deal with these unprecedented circumstances, including possible Court intervention. We ...

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  • Owe New Jersey Child Support? Your Federal Stimulus Relief Check May Be Withheld
    Owe New Jersey Child Support? Your Federal Stimulus Relief Check May Be Withheld

    The coronavirus relief bill will allow for cash payments to assist people going through a crisis. Owing back taxes, student loans or other debt to the government won’t bar any individual who earns ...

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  • New Jersey Divorce Rates May Rise After COVID-19 Self-Isolation
    New Jersey Divorce Rates May Rise After COVID-19 Self-Isolation

    The rate of divorce in New Jersey may spike in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic. It may also lead to a baby boom. Our Monmouth County divorce lawyers know these occurrences are often observed ...

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