Digital Privacy and Security During and After Divorce

Modern digital technology makes it easier than ever for people to stay in touch with each other. Everything we touch, it seems, is ultimately connected to the (wildly public) Internet. It’s important to keep in mind that even when you think you’re doing something...

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Surviving the First Thanksgiving Apart

Even when your divorce is as amicable as possible, the first few big holidays after you’ve been living apart can be painful, confusing and awkward.  If you have children with your ex-spouse, it can become exponentially more complicated. It’s ok, you can do this. We’ve...

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5 Types of Alimony – Do You Qualify?

If you are considering a divorce, you may be wondering whether you would qualify for alimony (spousal support). In New Jersey, there are different types of alimony. Depending on the length of your marriage, the financial support may range from temporary to indefinite...

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Explaining Divorce to Children at Any Age

When you and your ex have decided to officially call it quits on your marriage, one of the more difficult tasks you have to deal with is how to explain the divorce to your children. This is not an easy conversation to have, but it is necessary. Depending on the ages...

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Covering College: Joint or Solo Expense?

Seeing your kid go to college is a dream for many parents.  It’s a major step for a young person. The college experience helps a student prepare for a career, as well as get his or her first taste of freedom. Unfortunately, the cost of higher education, as you know,...

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Social Media and Divorce: An Explosive Combination

If you’re on the brink of divorce or going through the breakup of a marriage, social media sites aren’t as harmless as they seem at first glance. We all love social media, and may have been guilty of sharing too much at times. During a breakup, divorce or any type of litigation, it’s especially important to be careful not to do that..

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5 Things to Consider When Drawing up a Prenuptial Agreement

Prenuptial agreements used to be confined to the realm of the super rich or Hollywood stars. Now this type of agreement between couples thinking about marriage is much more commonplace. People are choosing to marry later, taking time to complete their education and start a career before tying the knot.

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6 Tips for Repairing your Credit After Divorce

Going through a divorce means preparing for a new phase in your life. You may be faced with moving to a new home or adjusting to life in your home without your former spouse. You may also be living with the aftereffects of a big spending spouse who has maxed out your joint credit, leaving you to pick up the pieces. This major life change may mean that you’ll need to spend some time repairing your credit.

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