Below is a step by step guide for the divorce process in the State of New Jersey. Each case and each Judge is different and has different requirements at times but this guide should be helpful to... more
There are two primary ways to terminate a marriage, either through divorce proceedings or in a dissolution of marriage proceeding. The two methods have similarities: both are conducted in front of a... more
The holiday season can be tough for everyone. Trying to budget to make sure everyone has the gifts they asked for, making sure the diamonds sparkle enough to allow you to post up in front of the... more
The time has come. Yourdivorcepapers havebeen filed, now all you have to do is effectuate service of process.If its true that strength and growth come only through continuous effort and struggle, you... more
Suggestions for how to move through the litigation of a divorce in the most effective way possible. This guide will also help you learn the strategy of a divorce and the best way to accomplish your... more
DOES PALIMONY NO LONGER EXIST IN NEW JERSEY?
Palimony is court awarded financial support from one person to another where a long-term, non-marital relationship ends. Generally, palimony is given... more
There are only two types of divorce in Louisiana which are know by the Louisiana Civil Code Articles that govern the two types of divorce. Article 102 divorce is the most common.... more