Tag Archives: Divorce and Family Law

15Oct/15
Moving Your Parents to an Assisted Living Facility

Dementia – 5 Reasons to Attain Guardianship of Your Elderly Parent

Unforunately, as parents age, the chances of them acquiring a degenerative mental illness increases. Dementia is only one of the possible age related ailments that your parent may fall victim to, and it’sRead More…

12Oct/15

Military Custody

Military custody can be a complicated issue. Consider that the most challenging part of most divorces and separations is working out custody and parenting time. In the case of a military orRead More…

15Sep/15

Protecting Your Business from Divorce

If you’re a business owner facing divorce, the thought of protecting your business from divorce can only add to the stress that you’re already going through. Unlike most property or personal assets,Read More…

09Sep/15

10 Terms You Need To Know If You’re Going Through a Military Divorce

10 Terms You Need To Know If You’re Going Through a Military Divorce Military families live under unique circumstances. These circumstances lead to many complications during divorce, not the least of whichRead More…

03Aug/15

Shorter Marriages Don’t Always Mean Fewer Alimony Checks

The New Jersey Supreme Court just handed down an important decision, Gnall v. Gnall, that could potentially have a big impact on future alimony payments, but might not apply to all suchRead More…

21Jul/15

College Contribution Facts for Single Parents

With summer winding down and the new school year fast approaching, many parents are more anxious than usual. That anxiety is worse for single parents of High School seniors faced with payingRead More…

03Jun/15

Divorce Myths Debunked

Divorce Myths Debunked Somehow, it became commonly accepted that half of all marriages end in divorce.  This quote permeates American culture and perspectives on divorce coloring thought process and opinion.  While the variousRead More…

16Mar/15

Maximize your GI Bill Benefits.

The Post-9/11 GI Bill has made it much easier for a military dependent use their sponsor (the servicemember’s) unused GI Bill benefits. This is a wonderful change, and has made it muchRead More…

11Mar/15

Getting Gay Married? Consider a Prenup!

We’re thrilled Gays and Lesbians in NJ can finally tie the knot! But before you run out and marry your sweetie in celebration, take a second to consider a premarital agreement, or “prenup.”Read More…