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Mediation in Divorce Cases

Understanding how the meditation process works is important to any divorce in New Jersey. This alternative dispute resolution process is used by family lawyers at Cordry Hartman LLC to help a couple to come to an agreement outside of court. This allows them to make decisions about the dissolution of their marriage and not put […]

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Getting Started with Your New Jersey Divorce

When you have made the decision to move forward with a divorce, it can initially be a very overwhelming process. There are a lot of important things to consider including residency requirements, child custody, child support, bank accounts, joint-own assets or property, alimony, and more. Trying to think about all of these different areas can […]

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Getting Started With Your New Jersey Divorce

When you have made the decision to move forward with a divorce, it can initially be a very overwhelming process. There are a lot of important things to consider including residency requirements, child custody, child support, bank accounts, joint-own assets or property, alimony, and more. Trying to think about all of these different areas can […]

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What Is The Difference Between Separation And Divorce?

When couples decide to get divorced, there are many unknowns that the couple must face in order to secure a divorce decree. This is often because, when people get married, they do not expect that they will get divorced. Consequently, they feel as though there is no need to understand certain basic tenets of the […]

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New Changes to Tax Law Will Impact Divorces

The new changes to the tax law will have a major impact on those who are getting a divorce in 2019 and beyond. The changes were passed in December 2017 but didn’t take effect until recently. The new law, which is a sweeping change and the biggest in 30 years, will affect how taxes are […]

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