When in the midst of the property division that takes place after one files a New Jersey divorce, including a bed and board divorce, the couple must take the important but often difficult and contentious step of putting a value on their marital property.
Most people have opinions about social media one way or the other. Perhaps you are a devoted user who enjoys sharing daily updates with followers, or maybe you are opposed to social media and feel that it facilitates oversharing. Regardless of which side you fall on, if you have any social media accounts, you should be careful about how you use them when you are in the process of getting a divorce.
Although it is generally speaking better when New Jersey parents who are living apart are able to get along, in many cases, they simply are not able to do so.
A previous post on this blog from several months ago talked about how New Jersey law handles situations in which one or both parents make so much money that New Jersey's Child Support Guidelines do not account for the full extent of their income. The basic idea of that post was that child support orders in such cases were more fluid and subject to a court's discretion.
Baseball fans in New Jersey are probably familiar with Miguel Cabrera, who is a Major League first baseman. Some may have even heard that he is now in a battle off the field with a former girlfriend. Although Cabrera is married and has three children with his wife, he also has two children with the former girlfriend.