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Taking Steps to Safeguard Your Financial Future During Divorce

Alimony Child Support Divorce Family Law Thursday, September 10, 2020

If you and your spouse reach a point in life where parting ways is the healthiest option, you may be eager to move forward and open a new chapter in...

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Divorce, family law, finance, Property Distribution

Giving Children a Voice in the Custody Schedule

Child Custody Divorce Family Law Thursday, August 20, 2020

Parents in New Jersey who have worked hard to co-parent amicably and provide two stable environments for their child may be surprised when the child announces that it is not...

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child custody, custody modifications, Divorce, family law, joint custody, joint custody agreement, parenting plan

New Jersey Divorce Attorney Discusses Equitable Distribution of a Marital-Owned Business

Divorce Thursday, July 30, 2020

As an experienced New Jersey Divorce Attorney I am often asked what happens to a marital owned business following a divorce. When you are a business owner, and let’s say...

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business, Divorce, Property Distribution, salvatore simeon

Can I Move Away With the Kids After Divorce?

Alimony Child Custody Child Support Divorce Family Law Monday, June 22, 2020

As COVID-19 has taught us, life changes fast and sometimes unexpectedly. Your marriage set you on a new path, and each of your children altered your life in some way....

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child custody, custody agreement, Divorce, grandparents, relocation, shared custody

Mediation During Quarantine: A Technological Twist on Family Law

Child Custody Child Support Divorce Family Law Tuesday, May 5, 2020

During these unprecedented times, it is exceedingly important to continue moving a matter forward. The best way to do this during quarantine is to attend mediation remotely, whether it be...

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covid-19, Divorce, divorce mediation, family law

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