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.
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.
The collaborative divorce process is gaining recognition in the U.S. and many other countries.
It is an alternative to the litigious divorce process. It provides an opportunity for a divorcing couple to resolve divorce issues outside of court in a private and confidential setting with the assistance of professionals.
The collaborative divorce model offers many advantages. Collaborative divorce is a modern, sensible non-adversarial dispute resolution option. It is different from mediation, or litigation.
Unhappy couples want to get through the holidays and hence, from Thanksgiving through New Year’s Eve, divorce attorneys typically are not busy commencing divorce proceedings.
If you’re considering divorce that will mean consulting a divorce attorney. Below are 5 issues you should make sure to discuss during an initial consultation.
Divorce mediation can give you more control of the outcome. And if you meet the income requirements, you can use the subsidy offered by the Vermont Judiciary.
While there are a number of questions that you should ask a family attorney prior to hiring them, below are three things that you must ask before making a decision about your representation.
You should familiarize yourself with these six common divorce questions – answered by a family lawyer – if you’re considering divorce.
The divorce mediation process requires both spouses to engage in conversation and discussion with the mediator acting as a facilitator.