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What to know about New Jersey Family Court Motion Practice

Motion practice in family court is often an important part of the litigation process. Motions are filed when one or both parties are seeking some sort of relief from the court on a specific issue or set of issues. Those might include modifications for a final judgment of divorce, cohabitation, termination of alimony based on …

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How are Alimony Issues Decided in NJ Family Court?

One of the most common issues decided in divorce litigation is alimony, otherwise known as spousal support. The purpose of alimony is to provide a financially dependent spouse with enough funds necessary to maintain the “marital lifestyle,” or the standard of living a married couple enjoyed throughout their relationship before obtaining a divorce.  Alimony Factors …

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Annulment vs. Divorce – What’s Right for You?

Annulment and divorce are two legal methods used to terminate a marriage. One of the biggest differences between annulment and divorce is that an annulment operates as though your marriage never existed, while on the other hand, a divorce ends a preexisting marriage. This blog will discuss the legal and practical differences between the two. …

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Who do you call first? Your lawyer or the police?

In our experience as divorce and family law attorneys, most emergencies truly involving concern for you or your family’s physical well-being will require police intervention and not your attorney. If there is a genuine emergency, such as an incident of domestic violence in progress, or a dispute between parents during a parenting time exchange affecting …

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