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A temporary restraining order (TRO) in New Jersey will be issued before a final restraining order (FRO) can be issued. They should not be taken lightly under any circumstances and if you are facing one, you should exercise extreme caution and consider... Read More

Divorce comes with plenty of losses, but many of those things are recoverable in time. However, the loss of healthcare is not so easy to replace, and going without it for even a short period can result in long-term medical and financial problems. This... Read More

Judicial Bias refers to any opinion or predisposition held by a judge, which interferes with his or her ability to make an impartial ruling. Family court judges, in particular, are frequently accused of gender bias, which is a form of discrimination... Read More

One of the most confusing issues concerning divorces in New Jersey is “legal separation”, which is a court approved separation that allows you to stay married. Legal separation can be beneficial for couples who no longer wish to live together, but... Read More

New Jersey couples that are seeking to dissolve their marriages without the stress and of litigation often turn to alternative resolutions such as collaborative divorce or divorce mediation. The goals of both approaches are to allow couples to reach mutually... Read More

Emotional and financial duress is common in a divorce which is why bankruptcy often goes hand-in-hand with divorce. Bankruptcy after divorce can surface many complicated issues and it is not uncommon for one or both spouses to file for bankruptcy; but... Read More

Anyone with access to tv and the internet probably knows more about the Kardashian clan than they know about their own family. The family has fully broadcasted their ups and downs as well as weddings and divorces on Keeping Up with the Kardashians reality... Read More

Divorce is one of the most stressful things children and adults go through. Anger, hurt, sadness, confusion, frustration and resentment are very real (and reasonable) emotions throughout the entire separation process. Yes it’s true, divorce is not funny,... Read More

Are you considering a divorce but are concerned that it might not be worth it because of the costs? An average contested divorce can range somewhere between $15,000 and $30,000. Well, not all divorces have to be that expensive. Here are five steps to... Read More

By its very nature, divorce is a legal proceeding that is fraught with emotional issues that sometimes can cause the individuals involved to take positions that do not represent their best interests and are often times opposed to what is best for them... Read More

When going through a divorce, it is very important that the individual not only has a good relationship with his or her attorney, but that he or she also has a good relationship with the attorney’s support staff, inclusive of junior associates and the... Read More

One of the most difficult aspects of a divorce proceeding is ascertaining the nature of any and all assets on behalf of the spouse who is not involved with the finances during the course of the marriage.  Often times the non-wage earning spouse has the... Read More

How is Child Custody Determined?When determining child custody in a divorce proceeding, the court uses a standard which takes into account the children’s needs.  This standard is known as the “best interest of the child,” which requires a look... Read More

After completing a divorce proceeding, individuals sometimes decide that they would like to have a fresh start and move to other parts of the country where they can begin the next chapter of their lives. If a mother or father has residential custody of... Read More

In some states, an alternate to becoming divorced is the option of filing for legal separation.  While New Jersey courts do not grant legal separations, two spouses can choose to live apart and consider themselves as being “separated”.  A separation... Read More

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