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Blog Posts in December, 2021

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  • My Spouse Wants a Divorce. Can I Say “No”?
    My Spouse Wants a Divorce. Can I Say “No”?

    Your marriage may be on the rocks, but is there any way to pump the brakes if your spouse asks for a divorce? As an experienced Somerset divorce attorney can explain, you can’t stop the process ...

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  • Life Insurance and New Jersey Divorce: What You Should Know
    Life Insurance and New Jersey Divorce: What You Should Know

    Couples who are married commonly purchase life insurance that will cover existing or anticipated debts in the event one of them suddenly dies. If the two of them choose to separate, the obligation to ...

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  • How Do I Terminate Child Support in New Jersey?
    How Do I Terminate Child Support in New Jersey?

    Child support is pivotal to the well-being of children whose parents have separated. The central idea of child support in New Jersey is that kids shouldn’t be economic victims in a divorce or ...

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  • NJ Non-Custodial Parents Negotiating Vacation Time
    NJ Non-Custodial Parents Negotiating Vacation Time

    Every year, more than 100 million Americans take some type of summer family vacation. Those figures are even higher this year, as COVID-19 restrictions have eased, vaccinations have become more ...

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  • Rebuilding Your Finances Post-NJ Divorce
    Rebuilding Your Finances Post-NJ Divorce

    Divorce isn’t easy on your heart, and it certainly isn’t easy on your wallet. You lose assets, you might have to relocate, you’re down to one income and all of it can be expensive. A typical divorce ...

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  • Do Stepparents Have to Pay Child Support in New Jersey?
    Do Stepparents Have to Pay Child Support in New Jersey?

    Given that 16 percent of kids in America live in so-called “blended families,” it’s not uncommon for our Monmouth County divorce attorneys to be asked whether stepparents are ever responsible for ...

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