When couples who have children begin the divorce process to end their married relationship, they are probably fully aware that child support will be one of the important issues to address in the legal process. However, many of those same couples have questions about how important determinations will be made about child support in their own unique cases. So, what are the basics about child support?
As you and your beloved plan your wedding, you likely are caught up in venues, guest lists, dresses, cakes and all the other things that go along with planning a wedding and reception. But in all this happy frenzy, you would do well to also remember to think about post-wedding issues, including the possibility of an eventual divorce.
It is understandable that many people who are going through a divorce in New Jersey might get sidetracked during the process by emotions and minor points that may not have a significant impact on a person's life after the divorce process is finalized. If a couple decides to go through divorce mediation, one of the goals of the process will likely be to stay focused and get through the list of issues that need to be addressed to finalize the divorce. But, staying focused may be easier said than done.
By now everyone in New Jersey knows about the online retailer Amazon. The use of this service is becoming so prevalent that the company is becoming one of the most valuable companies in the world. That has made the owner of Amazon, Jeff Bezos, a very wealthy man. Some say Bezos is the richest man in the world, with a fortune estimated at $136 billion. While most would think that life must be pretty good for Bezos, even the richest man in the world is not immune to relationship problems.
Everyone knows that a divorce ends a marriage so that the two people involved in the relationship can, hopefully, move on to a better life. However, a divorce is more than just an opportunity to get out of a relationship that isn't living up to expectations. For couples who have considerable wealth, understanding the implications of a high asset divorce is crucial.
Alimony is always a hot-button issue in a divorce in New Jersey. It is fairly obvious to see why: when spouses are getting ready to go their separate ways, one soon-to-be ex-spouse is typically not in favor of continuing to make financial payments to the other spouse after the marriage has ended. However, there are a variety of reasons for why alimony might be awarded in a final divorce decree.