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Enforcing Your Marital Settlement Agreement in New Jersey

Marital Settlement Agreement in New Jersey Clients are normally, and quite reasonably, concerned about whether their former spouse will comply with the terms of the Marital Settlement Agreement in New Jersey. In order to assuage those concerns, agreements tend to include provisions requiring the payment of counsel fees should the aggrieved party successfully file an […]

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Let’s Talk About… Parallel Parenting: 3 Tips

Edward Kruk, Ph.D., writing for Psychology Today, defines parallel parenting as “an arrangement in which divorced parents are able to co-parent by means of disengaging from each other, and having limited direct contact, in situations where they have demonstrated that they are unable to communicate with each other in a respectful manner.”  The primary goal […]

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Top 10 Considerations in a Divorce in New Jersey

By: Sharon L. Klein, Guest Blogger A divorce is one of the most stressful and difficult experiences you may face. Trusted guidance and support from a team of advisors who put your best interests first is key. As you transition from one chapter of your life to the next, what follows is our pick of […]

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Social Security Retirement Benefits in a Divorce in New Jersey

Guest blog post by Thomas A. Hutson, CPA/ABV/CFF, CFP® Although generally not of primary concern for high net worth individuals, the Social Security retirement benefits that may possibly be available to the former spouse of a well-paid individual can be an important source of supplemental income during retirement years. Abundant free information can be found […]

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“Marriage Story”: A Cautionary Tale?

By Amanda Yu, Esq. Take-away learnings about divorce If I had a dollar for every time someone asked me about what I thought about “Marriage Story,” the Academy Award-nominated film that was released on Netflix in December 2019, I would have made a lot of money very quickly. I wanted to enjoy this film and […]

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School Nights: Shenanigans vs. Sleep

By Megan E. Hodes, Esq Co-parenting in a divorce or separate couple When handling effective co-parenting in a divorce, there are a number of obstacles that could arise. One issue that comes up on numerous occasions is the types of events or activities that a child attends during one person’s parenting time. While one parent […]

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