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The details and alignments are a bit unclear.  However, the simple answer is have mom quit-claim the property back to you -- it will not change the mortgage obligations in any way, but will remov ...Read more

I believe that the judge was not only completely wrong but has violated an edict from the chief administrative judge of the New Jersey Courts which definitely calls it a crime of the second degree. Al ...Read more

This is something that you probably need to consult a lawyer about to resolve. I assume that you sent in dispute letters to the credit reporting agencies. You can also file a claim with your insurance ...Read more

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Somerset Divorce Lawyers: Divorcing Couples Often Overlook Insurance

Details matter during a divorce in New Jersey. Unfortunately, as couples deal with the emotional fallout of their failed marriage, secondary considerations may fall by the wayside. The issue of i ... Read more

Somerset Divorce Lawyers: “Bird’s Nest” Approach to Co-Parenting

The “bird’s nest” approach to co-parenting involves allowing the children of divorced parents to stay in a singular family home as they grow up. It is a child-centric method of ... Read more

Why do I feel so crazy when I’m the sane one in my divorce?

No divorce is emotionally painless.  Very few are conflict-free.  But if your divorce — probably like your marriage — falls into the high-conflict category of divorces, you may b ... Read more

Top Ten Rules For Cellphones in Custody or Divorce Litigation

According to research conducted by the Pew Institute, as of January 2014 the number of American adults owning cellphones is 90%. (http://www.pewinternet.org/fact-sheets/mobile-technology-fact-sheet). ... Read more

Somerset Grandparents’ Rights Lawyers

Grandparents’ Rights in New Jersey Grandparents can be an integral part of a child’s development as they grow. Having biological grandparents contribute to a child’s life can be all ... Read more

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