How to File for Legal Separation in New Jersey

Many states offer legal separation arrangements for couples who want to live apart but are not ready to divorce. Strictly...

When is a Divorce Final?

A divorce is final in New Jersey when a judge signs a divorce judgment and the clerk files the judgment...

Understanding the Role of Attorney-Client Privilege in Divorce Cases

When you hire a divorce attorney, you will undoubtedly need to reveal some personal and potentially embarrassing information to them....

Can I Get Back Together with My Ex-Spouse After Divorce?

Sometimes, after a divorce has been finalized, former spouses realize that they want to try marriage again. Although this isn’t...

Summary Dissolution FAQs

If you are considering divorcing your spouse in New Jersey, you may have questions about your legal rights and the...

The Steps of the Divorce Process

Divorce is often difficult for emotional and economic reasons. It also requires skill to navigate the legal system correctly.  Once...

What Happens If I Don’t Sign My Divorce Papers?

Divorce is messy, even in the most amicable circumstances. So what happens when one partner is strongly opposed to the...

Divorce, Dissolution, and Legal Separation — What’s the Difference? 

Prior to 2007, the state of New Jersey didn’t offer the option to use irreconcilable differences as grounds for divorce....

Divorce Disclosures and Discovery

Separating your assets and debts during a divorce requires complete financial disclosure. Therefore, New Jersey divorce laws require each party...

How Long Do Alimony Payments Last In New Jersey?

Are you getting a divorce in New Jersey? Depending on the circumstances, the court may order you to make regular...