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What Happens to the Marital Home in a New Jersey Divorce?

There are a lot of big decisions and big changes involved when someone goes through a divorce in New Jersey. One decision that must be made is what to do with the marital home. For most of us, the purchase of a home is the biggest purchase we will ever make, and the...

Recognizing Signs of Parental Alienation

One thing that New Jersey courts will look at when making custody determinations, or in modifications of custody or visitation, is the relationship that each parent fosters toward the other parent. In other words, courts want to see that mom is supporting dad and vice...

Do Extra-Marital Affairs Matter in a New Jersey Divorce?

Of course, cheating is something that can destroy a marriage. But what part does cheating play in the legal aspects of a divorce? Does the fact that a spouse cheated have any impact on child custody or alimony? No-Fault Divorce As a general rule, the answer to these...

Relocating When You Have a Custody Agreement in Place

Life brings us surprises every day. You may get divorced, and agree on a marital settlement agreement thinking you have full knowledge and control over the future. But then something happens, and you find that you need to relocate a significant distance from where you...