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What Are Some Common Will Contest Issues That Might Lead To Estate Litigation in New Jersey?

We have all heard in the news of celebrities who have died and their heirs are now in protracted court battles involving the distribution of certain estate assets. This is not unique to celebrities, and can often happen with any individual(s) who have lost a family member where contests involving the will...

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How Does Mediation Differ From Arbitration in Family Law Cases in New Jersey?

Mediation and arbitration are two methods of resolving disputes involving family law issues. Below is a summary of these two forms of dispute resolution in New Jersey, which can be utilized before, or instead of having to go to trial. There are some differences between the two—which will help you determine...

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How to Navigate Child Support, Modifications, and Enforcement in New Jersey

Conflicts between ex-spouses concerning child support obligations can be difficult to manage, and can be a time fraught with emotional distress. It is always advisable to consult with an attorney when dealing with legal matters surrounding child support obligations. This will ensure you understand your rights and responsibilities and can help...

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Benefits of a No-Fault Divorce

There are two different avenues through which a couple can obtain a divorce, a fault divorce, and a no-fault divorce. A fault divorce is when a person is seeking to end a marriage due to some type of “wrongdoing” such as like adultery. A no-fault divorce doesn’t require any wrongdoing. Instead,...

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High Net Worth Divorce Issues

Generally, high net-worth divorces involve cases where the marital property is valued at over one million dollars. Although they involve all the same aspects as a regular divorce, including New Jersey’s law requiring equitable distribution of marital assets, there are often additional intricacies that make high net worth divorces more complicated.

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