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Important steps to leave an abusive spouse
If you are trying to escape an abusive marriage, read this article. Abusers usually make it difficult to leave. You will need to create an escape plan and may find it beneficial to obtain a protective order. An experienced family law attorney should be able to advise you during this time.
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New Jersey child custody
Read an article introducing the basic concepts of New Jersey child custody law.
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New Jersey divorce and social media
Read about the effects that posting on social media can have on a divorce in New Jersey. Posting about matters relating to a spouse, children or even finances could mean unintentionally providing evidence against you in court. Learn about the items you should avoid posting and how New Jersey treats social media in a court of law.
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New Jersey divorce and the role infidelity plays

Learn about the major data breach that exposed millions of Americans who were seeking extramarital affairs. Hackers broke into the website Ashley Madison, which could spark a string of divorces in New Jersey and across the country. Read about how the state views adultery and what role the affair could play when a judge is making decisions about alimony, property division and child custody.
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Can I move out of state with my kid?
Moving out of New Jersey can be difficult if one parent does not consent. Read this article to learn what factors the court may consider in relocation and custody matters.
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Court ends child support for adopted daughter
Take a look at this article about a recent New Jersey court case concerning the child support obligations of a father towards his adopted college-aged daughter. The court ruled that the man was under no legal obligation to continue financially supporting the daughter once she moved in with her biological father and received financial support from the biological father's wife. Under state law, child support can continue past age 18, but only for adult children who are not considered emancipated.
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Preserving Retirement Through Divorce
Couples who live in Woodland Park, New Jersey that are facing divorce will want to visit this page and get information on how they can avoid the unnecessary assessment of taxes and other penalties on their valuable retirement assets when splitting such accounts during a divorce. Learn what steps can be taken to secure long-term savings during this experience.
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How common are hidden assets in divorce?
Check out this article about hidden assets in divorce. Recent studies show that financial infidelity is quite common during marriage, making it no surprise that hidden assets are a problem in many divorces. The problem is especially acute in high-asset divorces or divorces where one spouse owns a business. While tempting, those who hide assets face serious consequences and could end up being subject to a far less favorable division of marital property.
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Study: Spending More on Ring and Wedding Raises Divorce Risk
Check out this article about new research that suggests engagement spending may predict a couple’s likelihood of divorce. Couples that spend more on their engagement rings and weddings are more likely to divorce, while couples that make more frugal choices enjoy a lower divorce risk. This may be directly due to the financial burden an expensive wedding or ring places on a newly married couple.
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Alimony reform signed into law
Check out this article about alimony reform that was recently signed into law in New Jersey. The reform ends permanent alimony in the state and instead sets clear limits for how long alimony payments can last after the dissolution of a marriage. The reforms also make it easier for people who are unemployed to reduce payments and to end payments if a recipient moves in with a new partner.
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