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Hackensack Divorce & Family Lawyer Rita Jerejian
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Husband's Job Status: A Critical Divorce Factor
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Will Cheating Affect Alimony Payments in New Jersey?
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The holidays are usually a time for family, food, and laughter. However, when you're in the middle of a divorce, the stress of Thanksgiving and Christmas can hit hard. Here are some ways to cope with your divorce, especially if you have children, and make it through the holiday season.
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Whether you've been discussing divorce with your spouse or not, being served with a divorce complaint is a stressful experience. You'll need to formulate a response and it's important that you do so within a certain time frame. Here's what you should know about responding to a divorce complaint and how to get help navigating the often tumultuous waters of divorce.
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When child support is ordered by a court, it is imperative that it is paid according to court documents. If support is not paid on time or in the amount specified by court documents, the payor could be held legally responsible. However, some life circumstances create a need for child support documents to be modified. Here's how to seek a formal modification of child support orders and when you should contact an attorney for help.
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Spousal support isn't a one-size-fits-all sort of thing. How a judge awards support -- and if support is awarded at all -- depends greatly on the circumstances of each individual case. Whether you're being asked to pay spousal support or you are in need of support after a divorce, it's important that you understand the different types of support available in New Jersey and how they may apply to your situation.
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While the last thing you want to do is discuss divorce with your children -- and the feeling may be mutual -- it's something that you need to do if counseling just isn't effective and you're definitely going ahead with the divorce. (Avoid discussing divorce with your children unless you're positive it's going to happen). Here are some guidelines on how you can have this very tough, but very crucial, conversation with your kids.
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No matter what way you slice it, divorce is tough. But there are a lot of things that people say they wish they would have known going in but didn't. Here are 5 things that may shock you about divorce.
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Throughout your divorce, you will likely need to attend one or more meetings with your spouse and their attorney, along with your own attorney. This is often called a four way meeting and many divorcees are nervous about meeting face to face with their ex to discuss various aspects of the divorce. Here's how you can get through these meetings successfully, so you can move forward with the divorce in a way that benefits you.
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You've thought about it, and have thought about it some more. Divorce seems like the best option to end the struggles between you and your spouse, so you can both move on to start a new chapter in your lives. But how do you break the news?
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