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Jeralyn Lawrence Interviewed on NJ Spotlight News on the topic “Progress on NJ judicial nominees, but major backlog remains”

  “Our domestic violence backlog has increased tenfold. If you need to go to the court because you’ve been harmed by a partner, spouse or significant other in a domestic violence case, you’re going to feel that ramification of being deprived of your day in court,” said Jeralyn Lawrence, president of the New Jersey Bar…

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Helping women prepare financially for divorce

4 Ways Women Can Financially Prepare for Divorce According to the U.S. Government Accountability Office, when a heterosexual marriage ends, a woman’s income falls by roughly 41%, while a man’s income falls by just 23%. Preparing for this steep decline in your income is important. 1. Do Research and Make a List of What You…

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Jeralyn Lawrence was a speaker on “30 Years of Madden v. Delran Twp.: Where do we go from here? – An interactive forum on the impact of Madden on attorneys and the public”

  Jeralyn Lawrence was a speaker on the topic “30 Years of Madden v. Delran Twp.: Where do we go from here? – An interactive forum on the impact of Madden on attorneys and the public” presented by the New Jersey State Bar Association on October 26, 2022.

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From a bad marriage to a good divorce

Creating a Good Divorce From a Bad Marriage No one enters a marriage expecting to get divorced. But for some couples, it is the best solution to a bad situation. Some of the most common reasons why marriages end include infidelity, financial difficulties, frequent arguments, poor communication, and physical or emotional abuse. While some of…

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Planning for collaborative divorce sessions

How to Prepare for Collaborative Divorce Sessions If you’re in the midst of seeking to end your marriage, you can reduce the hassle and stress of going to court by opting for a collaborative divorce. The average time it takes for a collaborative divorce to settle is around 3 to 6 months, which is usually…

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