Our law firm approaches family law problems holistically. That means we offer more than just short-term legal advice. We understand that our clients in New Jersey and New York City may be going through difficult personal transitions. That's why we tailor our advocacy to our clients' unique needs, helping them to plan for their future.
Although many spouses just want to move through a divorce quickly, the decisions made in the proceeding will shape your post-divorce life. Accordingly, it is important to understand the legal consequences of child support and custody obligations, property division rights, and spousal support.
We've all heard stories about awful, protracted divorces or witnessed a divorce that turned south and got messy and expensive for both spouses. The good news is that not all divorces have to be that way. If you are willing to work with a professional and make amicable divorce your priority, you can have a straightforward divorce that doesn't deplete all of your assets and motivation to get out of bed in the morning.
When you first got married, you thought it would last forever. Unfortunately, that is not always the case. Now that you and your wife have decided to divorce, there are many things you have to consider. For example, which of you will your children live with? Will one of you keep the house or should you sell it and split the proceeds? What about all the property you have acquired during the marriage?
Anyone who has tried to maintain a relationship with a spouse who is out of control with addiction to drugs or alcohol knows firsthand the heartache and futility that brings. At a certain point, the relationship devolves to a codependent mess. That's when it's time to make the break a permanent one.
Are you faced with the divorce process? Do you have a child (or more than one) with your soon-to-be former spouse?
Divorce involves extremely complicated financial issues that usually revolve around property, children, and investments. While not all marriages end in divorce, you should always be in a position to protect your interests and the interests of your children.
Without a doubt, the process of divorce is very complex and stressful for all parties involved. If you're going through a divorce, there's so many things you need to think about, such as child support and separation of assets. One thing that you may be neglecting to think about is health insurance. Here is some information about how you can expect divorce to impact your health insurance coverage.
Undoubtedly, one of the most difficult things a parent can do is break the news of divorce to his or her children. While young children often don't have the knowledge and experience to understand a divorce, older children often understand the situation too well and are prone to acting out. No matter the age of your children, it is likely that they will be devastated and will have many questions and concerns. Here are a few tips for breaking the news of divorce to your kids as successfully as possible.
Divorce is one of the most difficult and emotionally trying events for those involved. Managing your emotions and stress is critical. The following are five strategies for keeping calm during a divorce: