Family Law and Divorce in New Jersey

Prenuptial Agreements vs. Post-Marriage Agreements

Articles June 29, 2015

Prenuptial Agreements vs. Post-Marriage Agreements: How Do They Differ in New Jersey?

Prenuptial Agreements vs. Post-Marriage Agreements in NJ Whether you have heard the term in passing or in a news report, or have read about it in an article, such as the one previously posted to our blog on May 11th, most people are familiar with the term ‘prenuptial agreement.’ A prenuptial agreement is a contract […]

Articles May 11, 2015

Prenuptial Agreements in New Jersey: What You Should Know

Getting Married? Here’s What You Should Know about NJ Prenuptial Agreements The white dress, the flowers, the bridal party, the tuxedos. These are often the first thoughts that come to mind when one begins to plan a wedding. A couple is so in love with one another and the future appears so bright to them […]

Articles May 1, 2015

NJ Same-sex Marriage Affords Numerous Financial Benefits

Same-sex marriage affords numerous financial benefits in the state of NJ. Married same-sex couples in New Jersey where same-sex marriage has been legally recognized since October 21, 2013, enjoy an array of financial benefits as a result of their married status. This article outlines a number of those benefits available to those couples. To begin, […]

Articles March 19, 2015

The Consequences of Domestic Violence in New Jersey

Domestic violence is a serious matter. Understand the consequences of domestic violence in the state of New Jersey. Scared. Powerless. Trapped. Helpless. These are just some of the words that just scratch the surface of describing what a victim of domestic abuse feels like. According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, on average 20 […]

Articles February 20, 2015

Arbitration and Divorce in New Jersey– What You Need to Know

What You Should Know about Arbitration and Divorce in New Jersey Arbitration is a method of resolving disputes in a divorce matter outside of the traditional courtroom. In particular situations, you may want to consider arbitration, such as where complex financial issues require testimony necessitating trial dates spread out over many months with lots of […]

Articles February 18, 2015

Considering Divorce? Know the Differences Between Conventional Litigation, Mediation and Arbitration Before You File for Divorce in New Jersey

If you are considering a divorce in the state of New Jersey, understand the differences between Litigation, Mediation and Arbitration. No two marriages are alike and, in like manner, no two divorces are alike. Each presents its own unique personalities and issues. You and your spouse may be able to reach an agreement and avoid […]

Articles February 6, 2015

Information About Changing Your Name After Divorce In New Jersey

Should I change my name after my divorce? Here’s are things to consider when changing your name in New Jersey Often at the time of a divorce, a wife (or a partner in a same-sex marriage or civil union) decides to resume using a maiden name or a former name. The reasons why someone decides […]

Articles January 27, 2015

January Is The Most Common Divorce Month in NJ

The first Monday of every New Year is referred to as “Divorce Monday” in New Jersey and nation-wide. On Divorce Monday and throughout the entire month of January, there is a surge in divorce filings that keep family attorneys, like us throughout the country busy once the holidays have passed. The annual spike in divorce […]

Articles December 18, 2014

Same Sex Marriage in New Jersey

As a result of a NJ trial court decision, New Jersey became the 14th state in the country to acknowledge the validity of same-sex marriage. As of 2014, only 1/3 of the United States legally recognizes same-sex marriages. At Arons and Solomon, we’ve had several clients that have come to us with questions and concerns […]

Articles August 12, 2014

Rate Of Older Divorce Skyrocketing in NJ

NJ divorce rate of older couples is on the rise. In a landmark study of U.S. Census data, two sociologists have found that the rate of American divorce among older couples has risen sharply and will likely continue to accelerate. Speculation abounds about the reasons for this phenomenon and family law attorneys must prepare older […]