By: Sylwia L’Esperance, Paralegal “My spouse makes all the money and I can’t afford a lawyer” is a statement we hear quite often from the dependent spouse. Too many spouses feel trapped in a marriage thinking their hands are tied due to the inability to pay for a divorce. They often decide to represent themselves … More Getting a Litigation Fund to Level the Playing Field in a Divorce. It is possible.
Effective February 1, 2017, new child support guidelines and rules went into effect throughout the State of New Jersey. A notice has been provided by the Judiciary: http://www.judiciary.state.nj.us/notices/2017/n170208k.pdf for ease of understanding. There are many nuances to this new statute. Contact one of our attorneys to discuss how the changes impact you and your family. … More New Child Support Rule In Effect
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
According to a recent story in the New York Post, there is a documented difference in the number of families that are raising children with two parents in the North and South. The author suggests that his research confirms that children growing up across much of the Northern part of the country are much more likely to … More The Great Family Divide – North versus South, Single v. Dual Parenting After a Divorce
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled today that a post made on Facebook and possibly other social media, cannot be considered threatening if the author claims he/she didn’t intend for the posting to be perceived that way. A man was convicted for making violent remarks about his wife, law enforcement and other people on Facebook. The wife filed a complaint … More Justices Say Facebook Posts Are Not Threats Without “Intent “