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Is It Okay to Delete My Facebook During a Divorce?

Divorces can be incredibly confusing and overwhelming. Each spouse may feel like they have to fight for their right to certain assets, or even custody of the children. This can lead to disagreements and even attempts at manipulating information in an attempt to receive a more favorable outcome. One of these actions is deleting social […]

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What Are Typical Child Custody Rights in New Jersey?

There’s nothing more important than family, which is precisely why child custody and visitation matters are often the most contentious and emotional topics in a divorce case. Because of this, the state of New Jersey has tried to mitigate the tension by reminding parents that when it comes to child custody, it’s not about one […]

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Life After Divorce: 3 Survival Strategies

Even when a married couple makes the mutual decision to end their marriage, divorce often represents one of the most traumatic events that a person will go through. If you are contemplating divorce or are already in the process, below are a few coping strategies that might help get you through divorce and move on […]

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How Much Will My Divorce Cost?

There is a lot of consideration that goes into a divorce. You might wonder how you will equally share your assets or who will get the majority custody of the children. If you and your spouse own other things, like vehicles or businesses together, it can make the divorce process even trickier. You might also […]

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Everything You Need to Know About Child Support in New Jersey

Determining the best setup for your children is one of the most difficult and overwhelming parts of getting a divorce. One of the first questions that you might have after making the decision to divorce is who will receive majority custody of the children and who will be responsible for child support. Child support laws […]

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