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  • Can We Get a Divorce if We Still Live Together?
    Can We Get a Divorce if We Still Live Together?

    One question our Freehold, NJ divorce lawyers are sometimes asked is whether it’s possible to get divorced while living together. It’s not necessarily the norm, but there are some practical reasons a ...

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  • What Happens to Family Heirlooms in a New Jersey Divorce?
    What Happens to Family Heirlooms in a New Jersey Divorce?

    Family heirlooms often have significant sentimental value for both giver and recipient. They can also become a major point of contention in a New Jersey divorce if they have great monetary value or ...

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  • How Alcohol Addiction Can Impact Your New Jersey Divorce Case
    How Alcohol Addiction Can Impact Your New Jersey Divorce Case

    Alcohol addiction and abuse can have a substantially destructive impact on a marriage, and is a commonly-cited factor in New Jersey divorce cases. Research has shown those in marriages wherein one or ...

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  • Negotiating a Back-to-School Parenting Plan
    Negotiating a Back-to-School Parenting Plan

    Co-parenting following a divorce can be a chore even under the best circumstances. Add COVID-19, the fact that kids under 12 can’t yet be vaccinated and another school year looming, it can cause a lot ...

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  • Avoid Comparing Your New Jersey Divorce Case to Anyone Else’s
    Avoid Comparing Your New Jersey Divorce Case to Anyone Else’s

    When you’re going through a trying experience, it’s natural to want to compare notes with and outcomes of those who have endured something similar. However, our Middlesex County divorce lawyers ...

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  • New Jersey Child Relocation Agreements May Require Review if Circumstances Change
    New Jersey Child Relocation Agreements May Require Review if Circumstances Change

    If you share a minor child with someone in New Jersey and wish to relocate with that child to a different residence, you need to protect everyone involved with a child relocation agreement. This ...

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