In the past, gathering information for divorce proceedings would involve either gathering the information yourself or hiring a private investigator. But now, with the ubiquity of social media in our daily lives, it's become easier than ever for both you and your ex to gather information that's considered admissible in court. Once the proceedings are underway, there are plenty of ways that using social media can either be used in your favor or used against you.
Issues pertaining to child support are plentiful in New Jersey. The expenses of a child vary and never stay constant, but what happens when a child reaches 17 and gets their driver's license? Should both parents bear the cost of car insurance associated with their child's car?
If you are over 50, going through a divorce presents several different issues than it does for younger couples. Although you likely would not have to worry about child support, there are several other issues that are raised. Some of the more important issues present in divorces later in life include:
During the merriment of the holidays, many people put off making hard decisions. For those in unhappy marriages, one of such decisions is getting a divorce. However, with the arrival of the New Year, many find that it is time to take action. If you are considering a divorce and a fresh start in the New Year, here are four things that you can do to prepare yourself for the divorce process.
If you are like many, you probably associate divorce with a stressful event full of long drawn out court battles that are full of angry or embarrassing allegations from both parties involved. As a result, you may have felt hesitation to end your marriage, even though it has been unhappy for a while.
If you are interested in obtaining a divorce, you may have the temptation to file it using documents provided by the court or forms and other information from a website or book. Although taking the do-it-yourself approach to divorce may be justified in some cases, those cases are very rare. As a result, it is advisable for most people to hire an experienced family law attorney to adequately represent their interests for the following reasons.