Make the most of your first meeting with a divorce attorney with this comprehensive list.
The Arons & Solomon team is pleased to announce that Marion Solomon, Esq. has joined the Family Law Section Executive Committee of the New Jersey State Bar Association (FLEC).
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Remarriage after divorce can bring up a lot of emotions, especially if children are involved. The transition will be tougher for them than what you might think. There is no easy way to ensure that your children will be okay with your new family, however, these tips might help. Ask your new spouse to have […]
Everyone has heard that marriage is hard work. You need to put the effort in to make your relationship and marriage last. Most engaged couples are curious as to how to make their future marriages successful. Besides preparing a prenuptial agreement, we’ve compiled three tips to have a successful marriage. Go to bed angry. Despite […]
At some point after a divorce, you may find that your former spouse is getting serious with someone else. Perhaps the new significant other is hanging around with your children a lot more or they are planning a wedding. The adjustment might be tricky; after all, it is uncharted territory. You might be wondering how […]
Did you know that there are certain factors that impact your chance of divorce? What if you knew which factors predict divorce? How long you dated pre-marriage to engagement rings to wedding size to honeymoons all have the potential to affect your marriage. There is no true equation that predicts divorce. As with any research, […]
Divorce rarely enters the thoughts of most folks who are contemplating marriage. But it is something that you should consider in advance of the day you make that important commitment to another person. Even if you do not have any assets or a significant income now, during your marriage you may accumulate assets and earn […]
Divorcing with children is a complicated process. Sometimes, a custody evaluation is required if the parents can’t agree on custody or a visitation schedule. A custody evaluation is a court-ordered report to determine the best interests of the children. The evaluation will likely consist of one or more of the following: psychological assessment, guardian ad […]