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The Impact of Divorce on Choosing and Paying for Your Child’s College Education

We recently came across a Wall Street Journal article about how colleges and universities have had to come up with some fairly creative ways to offer campus tours to incoming freshmen. With Covid-19 hindering travel, and social distancing protocols making it difficult to host group gatherings, campus tours have gone…
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Valuing Personal Property During Divorce: Non-Fungible Tokens, Cryptocurrency & Other Challenges

Divorce is never fun. Often, the decision comes after many months or years of conflict and multiple unsuccessful attempts at reconciliation. However agonizing this process may be, it has one silver lining: it gives you time to get your ducks in a row. In the modern, increasingly digital, and increasingly…
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Should I Get a Divorce? 4 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Contacting a Divorce Lawyer

When thinking about life’s biggest milestones, there are a few that come to mind immediately: buying your first car, graduating from college, starting a family, getting that first major promotion. We generally associate milestones with the celebration of a momentous occasion. Most people, however, don’t dream about getting divorced. Divorce…
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Can My Parents Make Me Draft a Prenuptial Agreement?

Oftentimes, before marriage, couples will draft prenuptial agreements. In fact, drafting prenuptial agreements is more common now than ever, and many people across the country are coming to realize that these agreements are incredibly useful tools utilized to protect assets from a potential divorce in the future. That being said,…
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Is There a Way to Win Child Custody Back in New Jersey?

Child custody is perhaps the most important divorce-related issue to parents across the country, as both parents generally want to play an active role in their child's life. However, if you are someone who was initially denied custody of your child, you are most likely now looking to win at…
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What Happens if My Ex Refuses to Follow Our Child Custody Agreement?

There is nothing more important to a parent than the well-being of their child. This is why if you believe your ex has violated your initial child custody agreement, there is a very good chance that you are now looking to remedy the matter in the best way possible. Please…
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