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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

Perhaps there is no more emotional type of litigation than that which involves child custody. Parental disagreements concerning health, education and religious upbringing can lead to frustrating custody battles. However, these strong opinions and supercharged... Read More

Divorce may occur for many different reasons, as the result of mutual separations or more one-sided requests. Either way, the timeline for obtaining a divorce varies on a case-by-case basis, particularly if there are children, debts, or extensive property... 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

New Year’s ResolutionJanuary is reportedly the most popular time of year to file for divorce. And rumor has it that January is ominously nicknamed “Divorce Month”. The end of the year brings reflections and the focus on upcoming resolutions.... 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

Often times, clients will ask whether it is more important for the lawyer to be good at settling a case or good at trying a case.  The most successful matrimonial lawyers are the ones who are most effective at settling divorce cases.  A prominent family... 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

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