What Are the Grounds for Divorce in New Jersey?

January 27, 2020

Divorce is often a difficult time for both spouses; however, it can be the only feasible solution for spouses that have a variety of relationship troubles. Before filing for divorce in New Jersey, it is important to understand the grounds for divorce. Determining the grounds for divorce allows individuals to identify the actions that caused…

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How to Prepare for Divorce

January 20, 2020

All divorces can be difficult, especially if you are not prepared. Stress can be overwhelming in the divorce process, considering all hardships that spouses go through during this difficult time. Planning and setting goals can help you through this process. It is important to consider your life after your divorce is finalized, be as ready…

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Does It Matter Who Files for Divorce First?

January 10, 2020

Though being served divorce papers can come as a surprise in some cases, it is more common that couples will sense the impending demise of their marriage. There are several steps that must be taken to file the necessary paperwork that starts the legal process of divorce. When considering divorce, some people wonder if it…

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Divorce Rates Rise After the Holidays

January 2, 2020

The holiday season is a joyous time that brings families together to celebrate. However, once the holidays are over, there tends to be a spike in divorce filings. According to a University of Washington study, divorce rates consistently peak during March and August, once the summer and winter holidays have passed. If you are considering…

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Holiday Gift Ideas for Children of Divorce

December 20, 2019

Most parents worry very little about the gifts they give their children. All that can change the first year after they get a divorce. Many times, parents who are in the process of divorcing or whose divorce was finalized during the previous year fret about the presents they choose. By keeping a few tips in…

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