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Division of Assets in a Monmouth County DivorceIn a New Jersey Divorce, assets are divided using the equitable distribution analysis.  Equitable distribution means that the property of the marriage will be split “equitably,” meaning fairly.  This... 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

When a married couple goes through divorce, and in the period following legal separation, one spouse may require monetary support from the other. In New Jersey, the law allows the court to make an order that either grants or denies the other spouse monetary... Read More

The legal divorce process begins when one spouse files a “Complaint for Divorce” with the Superior Court of New Jersey; but outside of the courtroom, we recognize that coping with divorce is not easy to do. Whether it is amicable or not, it marks... Read More

When two people go through a divorce it is very difficult emotionally and logistically, but when children are involved it may become even more difficult for everyone including the child. Summer is a common time for vacations making any travels happening... Read More

When two people go through a divorce it can be an emotional, time consuming, and very stressful process. When children are involved it can become even more difficult; not just for the parents, but also for the children – no matter their age. A child... 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

Although pets are considered property in a divorce court, they mean much more to us than typical possessions. Most people consider their pets to be actual members of their families. For this reason, pets have become a big source for stress in divorce... Read More

Divorce can happen to anyone, even to someone whose marriage seems perfect. While divorce is never easy, it is important to pick up the pieces and move on in a way that makes the process easier for yourself and your spouse. Divorce mediation, for example,... Read More

Yup, we have an app for that. Released in 2012, our free app called “NJ Family Law Center” is available through iTunes. Going through a divorce is a difficult and emotional process. Villani & DeLuca’s NJ Family Law app may be just what you need... Read More

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