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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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  • 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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  • “I Want a NJ Divorce. Where Do I Even Start?”
    “I Want a NJ Divorce. Where Do I Even Start?”

    You’ve made up your mind to divorce your spouse. However, the prospect of actually following through with it - all the paperwork, appointments, lawyers, working out custody agreements, dividing your ...

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  • What Happens With Social Security Benefits If We Get Divorced?
    What Happens With Social Security Benefits If We Get Divorced?

    Concerns about Social Security benefits are increasingly mentioned in New Jersey divorce cases. A grey divorce, refers to the demographic trend of an uptick in divorces among couples over 50 who have ...

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  • How Student Loan Debt Can Impact Your New Jersey Divorce
    How Student Loan Debt Can Impact Your New Jersey Divorce

    Money problems ruin as many marriages - if not more - than infidelity. Financial strain can be an incredible burden on a relationship. Student loans can be a significant source of stress. Not only can ...

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  • We’re Getting Divorced. Should I Move Out of Our House?
    We’re Getting Divorced. Should I Move Out of Our House?

    Fight or flight is a natural human response to stress. But what if this is your marriage and you’re done fighting? Your instinct may be to flee the unhappy home you share. But as our Monmouth divorce ...

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