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  • New Jersey “Exit Tax” and Divorce for Homeowners
    New Jersey “Exit Tax” and Divorce for Homeowners

    New Jersey’s exit tax is just one of the many financial implications of selling the marital home. A recent Money Help column on NJ.com tackled the issue of the state’s so-called “exit tax.” New Jersey ...

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  • Legal Considerations When Divorcing a Sick Spouse
    Legal Considerations When Divorcing a Sick Spouse

    Coping with a chronic or terminal illness is tough. So tough, in fact, that nearly one-third of marriages crumble in the midst of it (much more often when it’s the wife who is sick). Although this can ...

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  • Fifty Years of No-Fault Divorce – A Dozen in New Jersey
    Fifty Years of No-Fault Divorce – A Dozen in New Jersey

    It has been 50 years since the first state passed the very first no-fault divorce law, freeing couples of the requirement to make public and formal accusations in order to legally separate. In 1969, ...

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  • Job Loss During New Jersey Divorce
    Job Loss During New Jersey Divorce

    Forbes recently tackled the issue of job loss during divorce. Divorce can be a disruptive time and job loss can be a surprisingly common consequence. While either can be stressful, taken together they ...

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  • Can I file for a New Jersey Divorce Without Hiring an Attorney?
    Can I file for a New Jersey Divorce Without Hiring an Attorney?

    Finances are a top concern among divorcing couples, so finding ways to spare a few pennies makes sense. There is no law that requires anyone to hire a divorce attorney. It can seem an especially ...

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  • The Importance of a Support System During Divorce
    The Importance of a Support System During Divorce

    Experiencing a divorce can be extremely painful. It tears a family apart and can cause feelings of isolation. However, no one should go through this challenging time alone. Half of all marriages in ...

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