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January 2020 Archives

Shaping a child's divorce story may create healthier adults

It's a fact that children are often the ones who are most affected when their parents' marriages end. The way New Jersey parents react to their own divorce situations may actually affect how children view the situation, according to experts and it can either be on a more positive level or more negative. The story children tell about their parents' divorces can affect them for the rest of their lives.

Doing the right things to make the divorce process smoother

The old song, "Breaking Up is Hard to Do," isn't too far from the truth. When it comes to divorce, there are things to do and things not to do to try to make the process as painless as possible. When New Jersey couples focus on those things that could make divorce easier, they may be less stressed out as they work toward becoming single individuals again. 

Do I still need an attorney if I choose divorce mediation?

A new generation has come of age, and with the hypothetical "changing of the guard," younger adults are changing the way certain matters have traditionally been handled by their parents and grandparents. The tech age has produced alternative options for how people work, raise families and generally live life. In keeping with the trend of change, many New Jersey adults are exploring divorce mediation as an alternative to a traditional courtroom divorce. 

Is National Divorce Month a real thing?

Ending a marriage is no laughing matter, so New Jersey residents may be a bit taken aback by recent news headlines. National Divorce Month may sound like a joke, but many experts say there is some truth to the unofficial term. While certainly, there is no formally honored period in which to get a divorce, there are very real trends within the legal process that contribute to the tongue-in-cheek phrase. 

New tax laws to affect alimony payments

New Jersey has welcomed a new year, and for many residents, 2019 was full of big changes. In addition to holiday celebrations and annual festivities, 'tis the season to start thinking about tax returns. Several new laws have taken effect, and one of them directly correlates to alimony payments

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