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Pre-Trial Motions to Enforce Temporary Orders in a Divorce
Your judge will probably issue a few temporary rulings during your divorce, which should normally resolve the issue until the court's final decision after trial. But not everyone obeys court orders—and that's when things can get dicey. ... Read more

10 Ways to Keep Costs Down in Your Divorce
In addition to being emotionally devastating, divorce has the potential to drain your pocketbook. However, there are some tips and tricks you can use to reduce the cost of your divorce and leave you in better financial shape when the divorce is done. ... Read more

What if I Don't Agree With the Divorce Judge's Ruling?
If you and your spouse can't settle your divorce, the odds are that you'll end up in trial, where a judge will issue several rulings, including a final judgment. Learn more about what to do if you disagree with any of the court's decisions. ... Read more

How Long Does It Take to Get the Final Divorce Judgment After a Trial?
Learn more about a final judgment of divorce and how soon can you expect to receive it. ... Read more

What Happens at a Divorce Settlement Conference?
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To grant a divorce, the court must have jurisidiction.  In New Jersey, to get jurisdiction, the court requires that you live in the state for at least one year before filing.  While I am con ...Read more

Short answer, no. Actually, alimony is only a payment from one former spouse to another.  What you appear to be asking about is the potential for "alienation of affections" or "criminal conversa ...Read more

No, you cannot.  Adultery is not one of the grounds for annulment.  They are narrowly tailored, and essentially the marriage has to be either void from the beginning, or voidable from the be ...Read more

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The House Oversight Committee is currently investigating the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) for allegedly retaliating against multiple employees who had attempted to blow the whistle on ... Read more

Governor Scott Vetoes Alimony Bill Over Child Custody Clause

If you're going through a divorce in Florida, you may have heard that new alimony reforms were in the works. Recently, Governor Rick Scott stopped those changes, because the child custody clause in ... Read more

South Jersey Divorce Lawyer: Letting Go is Not Giving Up

Everyone has a Constitutional right to his or her day in Court. That’s true, but at what cost does that day come? We often hear comments like “I will not settle, I’ll take my case to ... Read more

South Jersey Divorce Lawyer: Orders to Show Cause

Emotions tend to run high in the world offamily law, and understandably so. Families dealing with divorce and separationoften find themselves facing circumstances that bring the turmoil of private fam ... Read more

Cherry Hill Child Custody Lawyers: Co-Parenting After Divorce

The events and attendant feelings that lead a couple to divorce can often be traumatic. After adivorce, families are left with the challenge of moving forward through a difficult time of transition. I ... Read more

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