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FAQ Friday: What is Mediation?

Today’s FAQ Friday features Amy Shimalla addressing the question: What is Mediation?

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Rights of Unmarried Couples When the Relationship Ends

In New Jersey, divorces of married couples and civil union couples are subject to certain financial rights and obligations that unmarried couples do not acquire, even if they lived together and supported each other in a long-term relationship. ¬†Traditional divorce law regarding alimony and distribution of assets do not apply to unmarried couples. For example,…

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Coming to a Marital Settlement Agreement in New Jersey

Negotiating a Comprehensive Divorce Settlement Agreement When you decide to seek a divorce in New Jersey, the emotional implications may be staggering. However, ending a marriage is also a practical, legal and financial process with long-lasting consequences for both parties. Because the outcome of a divorce can linger over the long term, it can be…

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When Should You File for Divorce?

Can Timing Affect Your Divorce Filing? When people decide to divorce, they may be tempted to file right away to begin the proceedings. After all, the faster the papers are filed, the more likely it is that the divorce will be finalized quickly. However, it is important to remember that divorce is not only a…

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