How Your Parental Rights are and are Not Affected in a Divorce
When spouses get divorced, they often wonder about their parental rights. It is easy to get confused between custody, timesharing, visitation, and parental rights, but they are really different terms, with different meanings. You Keep Your Parental Rights Unless you...
What Happens if You Buy Property That Has a Tenant in it?
There are a lot of risks involved with buying a property that has been foreclosed. Certainly, buying a foreclosed property can be profitable, and some good deals can be had. But often, pitfalls happen that a buyer may not foresee. One of those pitfalls is buying...
Dividing Up Valuable Personal Items in a Divorce
When people think about what property will have to be divided up in a New Jersey Divorce, they often think of real estate, businesses, retirement accounts, bank accounts, or other large sums of money. But what about personal property? In many cases, personal property...
How Does Divorce Affect Your Credit?
Among the many things that people worry about when they get divorced, they often worry about their credit and whether it will go down after the divorce. Does divorce affect your credit, and if so, are there things that you can do to minimize the impact of a divorce on...
Avoid This Mistake if You are Buying Foreclosed Property
There are a number of benefits to buying a foreclosed property. In fact, many real estate investors use foreclosed property as their main source of real estate investing income. But there are also some dangers or risks when buying foreclosed property; risks that, if...
What Role Does Drug or Alcohol Use Play in Custody Decisions?
When parents fight over custody of minor children, one thing they often accuse the other of doing is using drugs or abusing alcohol. But what role does drug or alcohol abuse actually play in a custody case? The answer is more complex than you may think. Simple Usage...
Preparing for Divorce Before Your Divorce
When you think about getting divorced you probably think of the actual things in court and during the divorce case that will happen, and you prepare yourself for what is to come. But many people do not realize that often, the key to a successful and stress-free...
Should You Include a Relocation Agreement in Your Divorce Settlement?
Resolving a divorce case can be one of the most difficult things you will do, mostly because in some ways, it requires you to predict the future. The terms and conditions of your divorce agreement (assuming you settle your case), will be binding on you for years, and...
Should You Insist on Mediation to Alter or Enforce Your Divorce Agreement?
If you are getting divorced, you will have the option to settle your case, without the need for a trial. You can certainly opt to resolve all the issues in your divorce by mutual agreements of the parties, and hopefully you and your spouse are on good enough terms to...
Time is of the Essence in Real Estate Contracts
When you have a real estate closing in New Jersey, a number of things may hinge on your closing date (other than the closing itself). You may need access to money from the funding from the sale if you are the seller. You may need to close on a given date, so that you...
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