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What Should I Do if I Am Served With Divorce Papers?

If you were recently served with divorce papers, you should consult with an experienced family law attorney. You have 35 days to respond in writing to the court once you receive the complaint and so you shouldn’t wait too long to contact an attorney.   If you […]

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What is the Difference Between a Contested and Uncontested Divorce?

The difference between a contested and uncontested divorce is that all of the custody and economic issues of a divorce are settled in an uncontested divorce.   In an uncontested divorce, the parties sign a Marital Settlement Agreement memorializing their agreement on all issues.

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Equitable Distribution

The term applies to the division between the parties of the property that was acquired during the marriage.   NJ law does not provide for the equal division of property.   Rather, the law says that the division of property should be equitable.   The applicable statute […]

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What Factors Can Be Part of My Divorce?

What you can ask for during the divorce process is the divorce, custody and support of your child, alimony, equitable distribution of assets, and counsel fees. In NJ, you are not required to be any more specific than just listing the issues in the complaint for divorce.

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What Documents do I Need in Order to File for a Divorce?

The State of New Jersey does not require you to produce any documents in order to file for divorce.   However, the court requires a lot of additional information when the complaint if filed including personal identifying information such as your social security number and information about […]

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