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In this article we highlight the first-hand experiences of divorcees from the perspective of their attorney - and how a divorce can be ultimately a good thing. If you're considering a divorce but are worried about the process and end result, this is a must read for you.
A divorce coach can help you navigate your divorce productively and minimize the emotional toll of the process. Follow these tips for utilizing your divorce coach effectively.
If you have questions about the collaborative divorce process, it’s important to speak with an experienced family law attorney before moving forward.
How to resolve your divorce issues out of court in a more controlled environment with binding arbitration instead of a divorce trial. Jersey City Divorce Attorney Santo Artusa discusses the many benefits of focusing on key issues such as asset division, alimony, child support, parenting time and other important New Jersey divorce issues with a skilled arbitrator.
When deciding to file for divorce, there are many considerations that you and your partner will need to make, especially when kids are involved.
In the final step from our series on preparing for divorce, consider what you really desire as an outcome. Changing your definition of “winning” can go a long way toward a healthy resolution.
Are you unhappy or stuck in your marriage? Should you divorce or stay together and try to work on your marriage? These are the three questions you should ask yourself before making the decision to divorce.
Families in conflict can benefit greatly from hiring a mediator and using mediation as a way to resolve conflict and navigate family challenges. Mediation can be used to avoid or manage a divorce.