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Blog Posts in October, 2021

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  • Avoiding Unenforceable Terms in New Jersey Prenuptial Agreements
    Avoiding Unenforceable Terms in New Jersey Prenuptial Agreements

    Significant stigma surrounded prenuptial agreements for years, with many betrothed presuming that even discussing one would be damaging to their relationship. In reality, the opposite is true, when ...

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  • Ensuring Privacy in High-Profile New Jersey Divorces
    Ensuring Privacy in High-Profile New Jersey Divorces

    Divorce is both painful and personal. Unfortunately, it’s not always private - especially a concern if one of those involved has a higher profile. This is true of course for major celebrities and ...

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  • FAQ: Expanded Child Tax Credit for Shared Custody
    FAQ: Expanded Child Tax Credit for Shared Custody

    Our Freehold child custody attorneys have received questions in recent months regarding the expanded child tax credit and how it will be paid to separated or unmarried co-parents. What we can say is ...

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  • Untangling Your Digital Accounts in a New Jersey Divorce
    Untangling Your Digital Accounts in a New Jersey Divorce

    In a New Jersey divorce, individuals may have settled on the idea of physically separating, but unspooling all of their digital connections poses further difficulties. These connections could ...

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  • Divorcing is Hard - Especially Without a Lawyer, Study Shows
    Divorcing is Hard - Especially Without a Lawyer, Study Shows

    Marriage is considered the most personal and significant decisions a person can make in their life. Yet, it’s one of the only legal contracts in existence that both parties can’t simply end by mutual ...

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  • What if Parents Disagree on Kids’ COVID-19 Vaccines in New Jersey?
    What if Parents Disagree on Kids’ COVID-19 Vaccines in New Jersey?

    The pandemic has a host of parenting pitfalls. Should custody be limited to those who don’t work in high-risk professions? What’s best for the kids when one parent refuses to wear a mask? Should the ...

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