Legal separation in New Jersey doesn’t really exist. If you want to separate from your spouse, you can do so, and you don’t need an agreement to do that; but if you have children and you want to leave the marital home, you cannot take the children with you unless you have your spouse’s consent or permission from the court.
Archives for March 2020
For those in an unhappy marriage, the thought of being quarantined with your spouse for a day, let alone months, is unimaginable.
Add to the monotony of daily life, marriage stressors and a lack of skills for dealing with the stress and it is possible for a wife to lose those “loving feelings” toward her husband.
While a new relationship may feel like the perfect antidote to divorce stress and sadness, it might have several negative consequences. Here’s why you should wait to date until your divorce is final.
We are dealing with a time of global crisis. Your personal lifestyle has been affected by school closings, business closings and court closings. And, if you’re in a divorce, the Coronavirus is affecting that, too. Here’s what you can do.
Adding attractive eye-catching colors while keeping with the overall style of the exterior of the home is a perfect way to add to your curb appeal.
One of the most misunderstood aspects of family law is how alimony is calculated. In some states, there is simply a formula that is utilized. However, in New Jersey, it is much more fact-specific.
When dealing with a divorce, everyone’s needs are different. But it is important to know that each step you take to help cope with the complex emotions and situations counts.
Does it make sense to wait on starting or completing your divorce process in the time of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic? Explore how the coronavirus might affect your divorce in terms of health, economic and divorce settlement issues.
While you will have some painful moments no matter what you do, these tips will help to make the transition as easy as possible for your children.