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Blog Posts in August, 2020

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  • Terminating Alimony When Your Ex Finds New Love
    Terminating Alimony When Your Ex Finds New Love

    New Jersey divorce law allows for alimony to be paid during and after divorce by a supporting spouse to a dependent spouse when the latter is unable to meet their own needs without financial ...

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  • File for Child Support as a Single Parent
    File for Child Support as a Single Parent

    More than one-quarter of U.S. children live in a household separate from one of their parents. One recent Pew Research Center study found that the U.S. has the world’s highest rate of children living ...

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  • New Jersey Divorce After Days: Should I Get an Annulment?
    New Jersey Divorce After Days: Should I Get an Annulment?

    Many of our New Jersey divorce clients are those ending years-long marriages. But what if it’s only been a few days or weeks? Should you get an annulment or go through the divorce process? There is no ...

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  • Protecting Children from an Abusive Parent in New Jersey
    Protecting Children from an Abusive Parent in New Jersey

    The COVID-19 pandemic has presented major challenges to New Jersey’s child protection system. Social workers who typically rely on in-person visits to identify and address abuse and neglect have been ...

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  • Can I Make My Ex Change Her Last Name After a New Jersey Divorce?
    Can I Make My Ex Change Her Last Name After a New Jersey Divorce?

    In the recent New Jersey divorce case of Tracy Morgan and his estranged wife of five years, the comedian demanded his soon-to-be-ex revert back to using her maiden name. Can he do that? In short: ...

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  • Divorcing During a Pandemic
    Divorcing During a Pandemic

    As longtime New Jersey divorce attorneys, we know there is never really a “good” time to divorce. Doing so in the middle of a pandemic certainly has its challenges, but that doesn’t mean you need to ...

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