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Jeralyn Lawrence is a Certified Matrimonial Law Attorney who devotes her practice to matrimonial, divorce, and family law, and is a trained collaborative lawyer, divorce mediator and arbitrator.
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While New Jersey has the lowest divorce rate in the country, it does not mean that divorces are easy in the state. Some spouses deliberately make it hard for the other spouse by saying no to everything divorce-related. However, New Jersey has laws to prevent one spouse from taking away the other’s right to get…Read More
Every 13 seconds, there is a divorce in America. This number reduces to a situation that causes significant changes in the lives of divorcing spouses and their families. Here is what people should do while they are separated to begin preparing for the divorce and their life afterward. This Is a Time of Preparation on…Read More
Up to 80% of divorce cases that go to mediation end successfully with agreements reached throughout the process. Nonetheless, you need to prepare extensively for this process if you want to be successful in resolving issues in your case. Here are some tips on how to ready yourself for mediation. Mediation Can Result in a…Read More
Recent statistics show that the average American household carries roughly $67,000 in consumer debt. This can be a thorny problem when the couple is in the process of getting divorced with a variety of different possible outcomes. In New Jersey, you cannot simply assume that this debt will be divided exactly down the middle. The…Read More