Let’s Talk About Divorce

The 411 on Discovery

By Lakisha Corley, Paralegal What is the Discovery Process? Discovery is the process wherein the parties in a divorce matter must answer questions, and provide documentation, regarding the marital economic lifestyle, assets, and custody and parenting time, if applicable. During the discovery process, clients will be asked to gather information such as bank records, tax […]

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The Sexual Assault Survivor Protection Act

What is Sexual Assault Survivor Protection Act, and who does it apply to? Two recent cases, one published and one unpublished, from the New Jersey Appellate Division shine some light on the little-known statute that aims to protect victims of sexual assault. The Sexual Assault Survivor Protection Act (SASPA) offers protection for victims of unwanted […]

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Let’s Talk About…Divorce Resolutions

How to cope with divorce As 2020 approaches, most people have started thinking about resolutions for the new year.  Some people may be vowing to shed some excess pounds from Thanksgiving or to learn a new skill set, but others may be vowing to leave behind a marriage that just isn’t working anymore.  If you […]

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Hidden Issues in a Prenuptial Agreement in New Jersey

Is a prenuptial agreement a good idea? Prenuptial agreements certainly are not what one would identify as a “romantic” idea. Many people believe that entering into prenuptial agreements is bad luck because they are based upon their assumption that the marriage will end. However, I strongly believe they are actually very beneficial, and can help […]

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Let’s Talk About… National Adoption Awareness Month

Embryo adoption in New Jersey November is National Adoption Awareness Month! Adoption is one of my favorite topics as my son, Connor, and daughter, Ashling, were adopted from China. However, this blog post is on a different kind of adoption: Embryo Adoption. It is the adoption of an embryo that was created during In Virto […]

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Let’s Talk About Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving and Co-parenting in a Divorce Let’s Talk About Thanksgiving… …when you are contemplating divorce, separated, or in the process of getting a divorce in New Jersey. The holidays are stressful for everyone, regardless if you are the one entertaining or you are the one is charged with traveling to see far distant relatives that […]

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