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Planning to divorce? Take time to prepare

There is no way around it, divorce is complicated. Whether you have a house in Middlesex County along with three kids and a dog or it's just you and your spouse renting an apartment in Freehold, divorce is not an easy process to get through. The people who tend to have the most trouble and come out of their divorces in tough positions are those who do not properly prepare.

The potential impact of a custodial parent's relocation

When parents in New Jersey and throughout the country get divorced, they must keep the best interests of their children in mind. This means that it may not necessarily be a good idea to move to a new state, and it can be even harder to justify if it means taking the child further from the other parent. However, a relocation may get the blessing of a judge or the child's other parent if it's done for a legitimate reason.

Obtaining visitation during a divorce

When a New Jersey couple decides to get a divorce, determining how to split up time and parental responsibilities can be difficult, especially if the former couple is not able to work together. In some of these cases, the custodial disputes can get ugly and even result in preventing a parent from being able to maintain a solid relationship with his or her children.

Can you challenge a premarital agreement in a New Jersey divorce?

It has become increasingly common for couples to execute prenuptial agreements prior to legally marrying. New Jersey calls these documents premarital agreements. New Jersey, like most other states, recognizes the validity of these agreements and postnuptial agreements, provided that the parties involved executed them appropriately.

The important parts of a New Jersey child custody schedule

If you're the "custodial parent" of your child, then he or she will spend the majority of time living with you in your home. If you're the "noncustodial parent," then you will likely receive regular child visitation rights. In other situations, both parents could be custodial parents and the child will live with both parents.

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