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Enforcing Alimony Orders

Category: Alimony, Spousal Support

There are many reasons people fall behind on alimony payments. It’s possible the spouse that pays alimony (“paying spouse”) lost a job, or suffered medical problems that interfere with the ability to work.

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Paying College Costs After Divorce in New Jersey

Category: Family Support, New Jersey

New Jersey courts generally view college education as a necessity. The recent trend in New Jersey has been to require parents to pay the college costs for their children.

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Think Twice Before Spying on Your Spouse in New Jersey

Category: After Divorce, Before and after divorce, New Jersey

If you suspect that your spouse is having an affair, you’re probably experiencing lots of different emotions: sadness, grief, anxiety, and suspicion. You may have even considered spying on your spouse by using some sort of surveillance equipment to find out more. Before you act on the impulse to snoop, you should know that some forms of spying are illegal.

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School Law and Divorce in New Jersey

Category: Other Divorce and Family Law Topics, Divorce Basics, New Jersey

 

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Removing a Spouse from the Marital Home

Category: Other Divorce and Family Law Topics, Divorce Basics, New Jersey

Post-separation living arrangements are a major concern for most divorcing couples, and many spouses want to know whether they can force the other spouse to leave the marital home. This article provides an overview of how New Jersey courts typically handle this issue.  

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Prenuptial Agreements for Seniors

Category: After Divorce, Before and after divorce, New Jersey

Due to an increased life expectancy, a 50% or higher divorce rate in the United States, and an increasing amount of serial marriages, prenuptial agreements are now widely accepted.

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Health Insurance and Divorce in New Jersey FAQ

Category: New Jersey Divorce and Family Law, Insurance, New Jersey

Unless each spouse has health insurance through his or her own job, and the couple has no children, a divorcing couple must decide how to manage their health insurance benefits. Often, an employer's policy covers the whole family. But after a divorce, the spouse with the family health insurance coverage can no longer cover the dependent spouse.

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New Jersey Separation Agreements

Category: New Jersey Divorce and Family Law, Separation, New Jersey

Here are some common questions and answers regarding separation agreements in New Jersey.

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New Jersey Child Support, Part 2

Category: Family Support, New Jersey

This article covers a few specifics about child support in New Jersey, including when child support ends, what happens when one parent falls behind on child support payments, and how to enforce a child support order.

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Reopening a Divorce Case in New Jersey

Category: Other Divorce and Family Law Topics, Divorce Basics, New Jersey

People are sometimes unhappy with the outcome of their divorce and wonder whether they can “reopen” their divorce case to change child support, alimony, or the basic distribution of the marital assets. The answer will depend on the types of changes you’d like to make and whether you can show compelling reasons that justify reopening your case.

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