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Challenging Prenuptial Agreements in a New Jersey Divorce

The point of a prenuptial agreement is to have some security that if couples ever need a divorce, the parties know what some of their rights are. By making those decisions in advance, the logic is that there will be less fighting later, and the parties go into the...

What Happens if Parents Disagree About COVID-19 Vaccines?

Nowadays, everybody is wondering when and where they can get the COVID-19 vaccine, and whether there will be enough for everyone who needs it. Some are holding out, for fear of safety or efficacy. What choice to make is up to you, but when it comes to your child, you...

Divorce and Bankruptcy: How do They Interact?

The sad reality is that sometimes, bankruptcy and a New Jersey divorce accompany one another. That does not mean they have to—it just means that often, the financial stresses of a divorce lead one spouse or the other to seek bankruptcy. Sometimes, the fact that a...

Rising Mortgage Delinquency Rates are a Bad Omen

The housing crisis that caused widespread foreclosures in the early 2010s is far behind us, and the risks of economic downfall because of a housing crash are gone…right? Well not so fast. Like dark skies and thunder that signal an oncoming storm, mortgage...