by: Albertina Webb, Esq. Well, other than being legally married to someone, in order to file for a divorce you must have what are called “grounds” for divorce. You only need one, but can have more than one. Grounds are the legal basis in order for one to file and be granted a divorce in … More WHAT DOES IT TAKE TO GET DIVORCED IN NEW JERSEY?
Getting a divorce can be a very emotional, potentially expensive and draining legal process. Deciding what is to be done with your children, your home and ultimately your new life can be daunting and can spiral out of control. But that does not have to be the case. You have some control over what happens in your … More Divorce Does Not Have To Be Painful
A well written article suggests there are 7 steps that you need to follow so you can control your life. http://greatist.com/grow/what-you-can-control-for-happiness-success?utm_content=buffer2e0cd&utm_medium=social&utm_source=linkedin.com&utm_campaign=buffer. the title of the article, The Only 7 Things you Can Control in Life is a little misleading. Putting that aside, it’s an interesting article and well worth the read. If you haven’t experienced a divorce, you … More Getting and Keeping Control to Better Prepare for Your Divorce and Life Thereafter
On July 29, 2015, the New Jersey Supreme Court held that trial judges handling divorce cases in which alimony is sought must consider all thirteen (13) statutory factors in determining what type of alimony is to be awarded: permanent alimony, rehabilitative alimony, limited duration alimony, and reimbursement alimony. The initial decision in the case of … More FIGURING OUT THE RIGHT AMOUNT OF ALIMONY IS NOT AN EASY TASK
Welcome to the Monmouth and Ocean County Family Law Blog. Stay tuned for information regarding child support, custody, emancipation, college expenses, trials, domestic violence matters, modifications to agreements, etc. Our offices are located in Freehold , New Jersey. We practice in New York as well. Our matrimonial and trial attorneys will help you navigate through your marital … More Monmouth and Ocean County Family Lawyers Blog