Family Law

Overview of Post-Divorce Modifications in New Jersey

Divorce proceedings are seldom simple in any state, including in New Jersey. The parties often disagree about decisions related to property if one party pays the other party alimony and the amount of the alimony payments. Major disagreements may occur with issues related to the children of the marriage. Who has legal custody of the children? Who do the children

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Can You Expect A 50-50 Division Of Assets in A Pennsylvania Divorce?

Property division is a major issue in any divorce. You might be wondering how property is divided in a divorce. Does the court system divide it evenly between divorcing couples? What determinants does the court system use to arrive at a fair division? In Pennsylvania, the court system does not split marital assets and properties evenly down the middle. It

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How Does Child Support Work in Nassau County

Child support is something that almost all divorcing parents have to worry about, both emotionally and financially. This article answers many of the questions you may have about your upcoming child support settlement agreement and how the seasoned child support attorneys in Nassau County can help you in preserving your child’s well-being. How do Nassau County Courts Determine Child Support?

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Prenups are Important Planning Tools for Many Couples

The word “prenup” often negatively affects discussions among couples. When a couple decides to get married, for some, the topic of a prenup can cause a strain in the relationship and even delay wedding plans. While some people see prenups as a predictor of trouble in a marriage, prenups are important planning tools for many couples. Prenups often referred to

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Things To Consider Before You Divorce In Pennsylvania

The process of divorce can be daunting. Divorce is an emotionally, physically, and financially taxing period in one’s life. On the other hand, staying in a bad marriage where conflict is high is much more difficult and has negative consequences for you and your children. Because divorce is overwhelming, there is a chance that you won’t be thinking clearly and

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How Do I Get a Divorce in Nassau County?

Divorce is a complex emotional process, and various financial and legal implications are at play. This article answers many of your questions about your upcoming divorce proceedings and how the experienced divorce attorneys in Nassau County can guide you every step of the way. What’s the First Step in the Divorce Process in Nassau County? If you are ready to

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Statistics Show Divorce is More Likely When a Woman Makes More Than a Man

There are several reasons married couples choose to divorce. Statistically, divorce is more likely if a woman earns more money than her husband. According to data from Pew Research Center,  60% of college graduates are women, and nearly half of them marry men without a college degree. Additionally, a study from the University of Chicago reveals that divorce rates rise 50% when the

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co-parent during summer

How to Co-Parent During Summer After the Divorce

The school year has come to an end in Florida. As kids, we looked forward to carefree fun and were excited about out-of-school activities such as camps, road trips, and spending more time with friends. It was a time to enjoy warmer weather and longer sunlit days. For many parents, summer is the most demanding season of the year, and

Read More »

Overview of Post-Divorce Modifications in New Jersey

Divorce proceedings are seldom simple in any state, including in New Jersey. The parties often disagree about decisions related to property if one party pays the other party alimony and the amount of the alimony payments. Major disagreements may occur with issues related to the children of the marriage. Who has legal custody of the children? Who do the children

Read More »
pop-up divorce court

Can You Expect A 50-50 Division Of Assets in A Pennsylvania Divorce?

Property division is a major issue in any divorce. You might be wondering how property is divided in a divorce. Does the court system divide it evenly between divorcing couples? What determinants does the court system use to arrive at a fair division? In Pennsylvania, the court system does not split marital assets and properties evenly down the middle. It

Read More »

How Does Child Support Work in Nassau County

Child support is something that almost all divorcing parents have to worry about, both emotionally and financially. This article answers many of the questions you may have about your upcoming child support settlement agreement and how the seasoned child support attorneys in Nassau County can help you in preserving your child’s well-being. How do Nassau County Courts Determine Child Support?

Read More »

Prenups are Important Planning Tools for Many Couples

The word “prenup” often negatively affects discussions among couples. When a couple decides to get married, for some, the topic of a prenup can cause a strain in the relationship and even delay wedding plans. While some people see prenups as a predictor of trouble in a marriage, prenups are important planning tools for many couples. Prenups often referred to

Read More »

Things To Consider Before You Divorce In Pennsylvania

The process of divorce can be daunting. Divorce is an emotionally, physically, and financially taxing period in one’s life. On the other hand, staying in a bad marriage where conflict is high is much more difficult and has negative consequences for you and your children. Because divorce is overwhelming, there is a chance that you won’t be thinking clearly and

Read More »
family disputes after divorce

How Do I Get a Divorce in Nassau County?

Divorce is a complex emotional process, and various financial and legal implications are at play. This article answers many of your questions about your upcoming divorce proceedings and how the experienced divorce attorneys in Nassau County can guide you every step of the way. What’s the First Step in the Divorce Process in Nassau County? If you are ready to

Read More »

Statistics Show Divorce is More Likely When a Woman Makes More Than a Man

There are several reasons married couples choose to divorce. Statistically, divorce is more likely if a woman earns more money than her husband. According to data from Pew Research Center,  60% of college graduates are women, and nearly half of them marry men without a college degree. Additionally, a study from the University of Chicago reveals that divorce rates rise 50% when the

Read More »
co-parent during summer

How to Co-Parent During Summer After the Divorce

The school year has come to an end in Florida. As kids, we looked forward to carefree fun and were excited about out-of-school activities such as camps, road trips, and spending more time with friends. It was a time to enjoy warmer weather and longer sunlit days. For many parents, summer is the most demanding season of the year, and

Read More »

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