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Contested And Uncontested Divorces In New Jersey: What You Need To Know

Types of Divorce Although the end result might be the same, there are many different legal paths a couple can take when deciding to file for divorce. In the state of New Jersey, these fall into two different categories: contested divorces and uncontested divorces. Which of these options to choose is usually decided on a…[..]

Assets And Alimony: How Spousal Support Is Calculated

Overview: Alimony in New Jersey When a couple divorces, sometimes a person asks for alimony (also known as spousal support) when there is a large disparity in incomes between the spouses. This is meant to create an equitable solution when one spouse sacrifices career for family, or to help prevent one individual from falling into…[..]

The Role of a Family Law Attorney in Uncontested Divorce

Uncontested Divorces in New Jersey When a couple decide to end a marriage, sometimes both spouses are in agreement that a divorce is the best course of action, and they wish to end things in as uncomplicated a way as possible. However, there are still legal issues that must be addressed. This is why a…[..]

Collaborative Divorce in New Jersey

Divorce Rate Statistics in New Jersey Statistics from 2017 showed that the divorce rate in New Jersey is about 12.7 per 1,000 married individuals. There are four legal ways to become divorced in New Jersey including litigation, mediation, arbitration and collaboration. While the first three methods are fairly well-known, not many divorcing couples recognize the…[..]

New Jersey Divorce from Start to Finish

Like most legal processes, the process of procuring a legal divorce requires that the parties follow the proper procedural steps. The exact steps of the procedure will vary from state to state, but in New Jersey and its towns like Voorhees, Camden, Haddon Township, and Winslow, the steps for procuring a divorce are the same.…[..]

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