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Can I Be Forced to Pay Back Child Support?

If your divorce agreement requires you to pay court-ordered child support, there are federal and state laws in place that ensure that these payments are made regularly and on time. The legal term for a parent failing to meet their child support payment responsibilities is “in arrears” and the back child support is called “arrearages.”[…] Read More

How Do I Effectively Co-Parent After a Divorce?

Going through a divorce is a difficult process even under the best of circumstances. The situation becomes even more complicated when children are involved. Parents who are committed to working together to successfully co-parent their children can still face unexpected challenges related to custody issues, the children’s education and healthcare, finances and scheduling issues during[…] Read More

Can I Have Alimony Payments Reduced?

Reducing the amount of alimony paid to a former spouse is possible under certain situations. In New Jersey, reduction or termination of alimony can be a complex process, depending upon the circumstances requiring a modification. In order to seek a reduction or termination of alimony payments, it will be your responsibility to convince the court[…] Read More

What Is a Contested Divorce?

Even couples who are going through an amicable divorce will likely not agree on all issues that arise during the divorce process. If you and your spouse are unable to reach an agreement on major issues like child support, alimony, and the equitable distribution of marital property, the situation can become more complicated and contentious.[…] Read More

How Is Marital Debt Resolved in a Divorce?

If you and your spouse are in the process of getting a divorce, then you are likely well aware that spousal support, child support, and the equitable distribution of marital property must be resolved. However, people do not always consider marital debt, and the impact it can have on a divorce settlement. New Jersey is[…] Read More

Are Gray Divorces Becoming More Common?

If you are unfamiliar with the term “gray divorce,” it is a term coined by the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) that refers to divorces that involve individuals who are 50 years of age or older. Most of the couples involved in a gray divorce have been married for over 20 years. While the[…] Read More

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