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Holidays During Divorce: Making the Best of the Festival of Lights

Celebrating the holidays during a divorce lends an additional component of difficulty to an already difficult time. The holidays are a time of heightened family expectation, which, when a family is splintering (or has splintered), creates a pressure cooker of a situation. Hanukkah, also referred to as the festival of…
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How to Survive Your First Thanksgiving After Divorce or Separation As a Single Parent

The carbon copy image of Thanksgiving that we see ubiquitously in advertising and Hollywood movies is that of a large family, all gathered together, eating copious amounts of home-cooked food, and everyone is getting along. Ideally, we’d like if Thanksgiving were a picture-perfect holiday like this. However, this image is…
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Conflicts Over Caring For Your Kids: When Divorced Parents Disagree About Important Decisions

Raising children is hard. But when divorced parents—who don’t always see eye-to-eye—are raising children together, it adds a whole new level of complexity. There are many important decisions that divorced parents may not agree on, and the COVID-19 pandemic has presented parents with even more complicated decisions to make than…
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Negotiating Alimony in New Jersey

If you are considering a divorce, or are already in the middle of these proceedings, then you may be wondering whether you could receive alimony (also known as “spousal support”). Negotiating alimony as part of a divorce can be extremely stressful, overwhelming, and emotional for all the involved parties. However,…
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How to Show Up for a Friend Going Through Divorce

Divorce can be gut-wrenching, not only for the spouses who are breaking up, but it can also be hard on the friends and family of those going through the divorce. Watching your friend go through something as difficult as a divorce may leave you feeling helpless. However, there are ways…
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Postnuptial Agreement: Who Needs One and Why

A recent study showed that, while 50% of marriages end in divorce, only about 5% of these marriages have a prenuptial agreement, or prenup, in place. So what do you do if you’re married and realize you should have gotten a prenup? Thankfully, you can still obtain a postnuptial agreement—or…
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