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Tips to make co-parenting successful

New Jersey parents who have gone through a divorce and are now co-parenting know that there are challenges involved. Co-parenting can include a variety of combinations, including two biological parents, one biological parent and another guardian, or adoptive parents. No matter the combination, parents can save energy, time and money on future mediation by keeping in mind the following tips.

New Jersey courts have the final say regarding alimony

Typical issues that must be resolved during a divorce include child custody, child support, the division of property and alimony. The purpose of alimony, also known as spousal support, is to limit the economic impact on a spouse who is a non-wage earner or a lower-wage earner by providing financial support to that spouse.

Pursuing a modification when your child support is too high

Parents who divorce in New Jersey have to split up both parenting time and parental responsibilities to the children. Many times, one parent receives slightly more custody time than the other. The parent with less parenting time may have court order to pay child support. In order to keep divorce proceedings as fair as possible, New Jersey has careful guidelines in place to protect the needs of the children involved and the rights of the parents paying and receiving support.

Issues can occur when diving property during a divorce

Couples seldom exchange vows in New Jersey with the assumption that they will divorce later. However, the rate of divorce in the United States is roughly 50 percent. For many of these divorcing couples, the family home is their biggest marital asset. Soon-to-be exes have three options for dealing with real estate when they divorce.

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