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Survival Tips for Living Together During Divorce

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Living together with your spouse during the pendency of divorce can be a difficult tightrope to walk. As a general matter, we advise couples against it; it’s usually better for at least one spouse to move out at least as soon as a divorce is definitely on the table. However, not every divorcing couple… Read More »

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Signs of a Manipulative Parent: ‘Using Kids as Weapons’

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Divorce is difficult enough when dealing with two reasonable, responsible adults. When one spouse is controlling, narcissistic, aggressive, or manipulative, the process can be that much more challenging and emotionally taxing. When you have shared children and must continue to interact as part of a shared custody arrangement, it’s important to watch out for… Read More »

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How to Coparent With a High Conflict Ex

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As much as we would prefer to stop associating entirely with an ex after divorce, in many cases, some interaction is still necessary for at least a few years. If you share children with your ex, you will need to establish a parenting time arrangement allowing for visitation and custody for each of you…. Read More »

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How to Divorce a Controlling/Manipulative Spouse

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Divorces can be emotionally challenging at the best of times. When you are working to divorce a controlling or manipulative spouse, divorce can become all the more difficult. While there is no easy solution for dealing with controlling and manipulative partners, there are actions you can take to make the divorce process more bearable… Read More »

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How to Deal With Divorce if You Have a Family Business

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The simplest divorces involve no shared custody and limited joint assets. Unfortunately, not every divorce is simple. Many divorces involve the division and distribution of complex assets, raising difficult legal and personal questions. If you have a family business with your spouse, for example, what happens to the business in divorce? How should you… Read More »

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How to Deal With an Ex Who Has a Different Co-Parenting Style

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Parenting is an ongoing journey, complicated to begin with and exponentially more so following a divorce. If you and your ex can agree to a co-parenting arrangement, you have already overcome one major hurdle. What happens when you and your co-parent disagree on the daily things, the types of items that are not covered… Read More »

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How to Ask for a Prenup

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Prenuptial agreements are not just for the rich and the famous, if they ever were. Prenups are becoming more popular by the year for couples of all income levels and composition types. Being the first to bring up the topic of a prenup after an engagement can, however, feel like a heavy task. It’s… Read More »

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How to Divide Retirement Assets (Including 401k) in Divorce

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Equitable division of property in a divorce can be a complicated procedure, especially when dealing with complex assets such as retirement accounts. Below, our seasoned Englewood complex asset divorce attorney discusses how retirement assets such as 401(k) plans can be divided in a New Jersey divorce. Exchanging Retirement Assets for Other Assets The most… Read More »

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How Does Child Support Work With Joint Custody?

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Historically, child support determinations were simpler than they are now. One parent, often the mother, would likely obtain primary custody, while the father (who probably earned the lion’s share of the income) would be on the hook for child support. Over the past few decades, these “traditional” family arrangements have changed, if not eroded… Read More »

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Can Text Messages Be Used as Evidence in NJ Divorce Court?

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We live in a digital era where so much of what we say and do is recorded electronically. Unfortunately for most people, but very fortunately for lawyers, many of our electronic communications can come into play in the courtroom. Below, our seasoned Englewood divorce attorneys explain how text messages may come into play in… Read More »

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