Staying or Leaving the Family Home? New Jersey Divorce Lawyer Provides Options on Where to Live During a Divorce Divorce can be a prolonged process, causing emotional and financial strain as both spouses seek to dissolve their union and equitably distribute their mutual assets. Because of the length of divorce proceedings, life in the marital…

5 Facts About Alimony You Didn’t Know When marriages dissolve, both partners can end up on financially unequal playing fields. The direct hit to the former spouses’ bank accounts is hardly harmless, but the less wealthy spouse faces a substantial disadvantage. In circumstances such as this, alimony is a method that can reduce the earning gap. Also…

Divorce is, by nature, adversarial. The process works when both attorneys act as ethical counselors, and both parties can be reasonable, empathetic, and willing to compromise. Download Our Free Divorce Guide Children are the victims in a divorce. A parent who seeks a divorce may be doing so with hope of providing a better home…

Pocket Guide to Divorce in Morris County was created by Simeone Family Law to help residents that are thinking of or starting the divorce process.  If you are ready, give our office a call, we offer free consultations! Few people plan, far in advance, to get a divorce, any more than a kid neglecting flossing…

Alimony, also called spousal support, is a safeguard allowing the lower-earning spouse to remain financially stable after a divorce, and to maintain the lifestyle he or she enjoyed during the marriage. New Jersey law doesn’t mandate alimony in every case. Unlike child support, there are no guidelines for alimony payments. In any case, when one…

Few people plan, far in advance, to get a divorce, any more than a kid neglecting flossing is thinking about that root canal twenty years down the line. In a divorce emotions run high, uncertainties are everywhere, and the normal rhythms of a life are interrupted: everything seems to orbit around this process, the way…

Couples and individuals contemplating divorce have two issues on their minds: the kids and the assets. When it comes to the division of assets and liabilities, courts in New Jersey will divide all marital property on the basis of a principle called “equitable distribution of marital property”. Marital property is a term used to refer…

When filing for divorce, you must clearly state why you are seeking a divorce. This is usually the chief reason for the termination or dissolution of the marriage. Depending on what state you are living in, there exist a set of acceptable reasons. These are known as grounds for divorce. In the State of New…

A Comprehensive Guide to The Difficult Business of Divorce Your Guide to Divorce in New Jersey was created to help people going through the divorce process understand the issues they will need to address. Download Our Free Divorce Guide Approaching Divorce in New Jersey Few people plan, far in advance, to get a divorce, any more…

3 Things To Think About if You Are Considering Divorce in NJ Although New Jersey has one of the lowest divorce rates in the country according to several sources, divorces can and do take place. If you’re in New Jersey and you’re thinking about filing for divorce, there are some things you should learn. Download…

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