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September 2017 Archives

Dividing future securities interests in a New Jersey divorce

Getting a divorce can be difficult. Between the emotional stress of a marriage termination and the anxiety of dealing with legal issues, such as property division or child custody and support, it can make one just want to get it over with. However, it is usually a good idea not to rush into a settlement, especially when there is a lot of property to divide.

What to do and avoid to create a valid prenuptial agreement

Like most other states, New Jersey allows couples contemplating marriage to enter in to prenuptial agreements. These agreements, which, incidentally, can also be beneficial even to couples that have never been divorced and have no plans to divorce, help with important property division issues and can also be an important tool for estate planning.

State Supreme Court changes custody relocation standard

New Jersey divorce issues, such as child custody, are not necessarily resolved with the decree or settlement. These issues sometimes resurface after the end of the marriage. The state Supreme Court addressed one of these issues and reversed its legal standard for ruling on contested parental relocation that it issued back in 2001.

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