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  • New Jersey Alimony is Gender Neutral
    New Jersey Alimony is Gender Neutral

    Despite a 1970s U.S. Supreme Court decision declaring alimony to be gender neutral, most presume that following a heterosexual split, alimony will be paid by the man to the woman. Legally, they are ...

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  • What’s a “Divorce Loan” and Should I Get One?
    What’s a “Divorce Loan” and Should I Get One?

    Divorce can be as draining financially as emotionally. Your divorce lawyer may have tips on keeping costs in check, but borrowing money might still be necessary. Luckily, our law firm provides loan ...

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  • New Jersey Court May Order Long-Term Alimony if Dependent Spouse is Disabled
    New Jersey Court May Order Long-Term Alimony if Dependent Spouse is Disabled

    Alimony is never a guarantee in New Jersey divorces. Long-term alimony (extending beyond a decade) is unlikely except under certain circumstances. A significant disability that prevents a dependent ...

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  • Don’t Overlook These New Jersey Parenting Plan Provisions
    Don’t Overlook These New Jersey Parenting Plan Provisions

    When parents divorce, the importance of a carefully considered New Jersey parenting plan cannot be overstated. A Somerset child custody lawyer will help ensure that you’ve covered the basics according ...

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  • Report Finds Duos Who Met on Dating Apps More Likely to Divorce
    Report Finds Duos Who Met on Dating Apps More Likely to Divorce

    Couples who began dating online appear to be swiping left on their marriages much faster than those who met through more traditional means, according to new research. The study, “ Relative Strangers: ...

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  • Can an NDA Prevent Divorcing Spouses From Disparaging Social Media Posts?
    Can an NDA Prevent Divorcing Spouses From Disparaging Social Media Posts?

    Non-disclosure agreements (NDAs) are a set of ground rules spelled out in a contract dictating what each party can and cannot say about each other publicly. We see NDAs used a lot in the context of ...

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