Category Archives: Divorce

Selling the Marital Home During a Divorce

Divorce and the Family Home The marital home can be an emotional topic for many New Jersey couples who are deciding to divorce. Of course, couples living in a relatively new home may feel less emotional attachment to their residence. However, couples who have shared a joint home for years, especially if they have raised…

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What Is the Role of a Divorce Coach?

How to Tell If You Need a Divorce Coach When you and your spouse decide to divorce, you may need to contact a family law attorney right away. Working with a divorce lawyer can help to protect your interests and prepare for the next stage to come. However, while your lawyer will be your key…

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How Can Parents Tell Their Kids About Their Divorce?

Telling Your Children That You Are Getting a Divorce New Jersey parents who decide to divorce may worry about how best to inform their children. Even if the parents have been arguing or experiencing a very difficult relationship for some time, it can come as a shock to the kids if their parents decide to…

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How Social Media Could Impact Your Divorce

Using Social Media During a Divorce Many people may be concerned that social media has had a negative effect on their marriage. However, social media can also have a negative effect on divorce. People who are going through a divorce in New Jersey may keep some key guidelines and tips in mind in order to…

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Should I Choose a Collaborative Divorce?

Is Collaborative Divorce Right for You? Couples have many different ways to pursue a divorce, and the relationship and conflicts between them may determine the best path for them. For some couples, collaborative divorce, in which both parties and their divorce attorneys work together to achieve a mutually beneficial settlement, is an excellent option to…

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Going Through a Divorce on Social Media

Dealing With Digital Issues in a Divorce Social media accounts and an online presence have become increasingly important mechanisms through which people live their lives. They are not only a means for self-expression and connection with friends but also links to financial information, key identity and employment details, and even business ventures. This means that…

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