Family Law and Divorce in New Jersey

Divorce Case Info Statement

Articles July 28, 2016

Divorce Case Information Statement

What is a Case Information Statement? The completion and filing of a Case Information Statement (CIS) is required in all contested divorce actions where equitable distribution, custody, alimony, or child support is at issue in the case. There are also other family actions where a CIS may be required by Court Order, Court Rules or […]

Domestic Violence

Articles July 27, 2016

Arons & Solomon — Domestic Violence

Domestic Violence Domestic violence is demoralizing due to its emotional, physical, and social implications. Women are often the victims of this type of violence, incurring more injuries from domestic violence than from rape, mugging, and traffic accidents.[1] Most startling is the fact that children are also victims of abuse in approximately half of families where […]

Divorce in NJ

Articles July 22, 2016

Filing for Divorce in New Jersey: What You Should Know

Filing for Divorce in New Jersey One interesting fact about New Jersey is that it has the lowest rate of divorce among all 50 states when calculating the percentage of residents who are 18 years or older. A total of 9 percent of New Jersey adults are divorced. These results are based on there being […]

family law glossary nj

Articles April 4, 2016

Glossary of Terms

Family Law Terms NJ Read on to learn some of the most popular family law terms which will help you better understand the language of divorce, custody, child support, alimony, and more! The World of Family Law Words Action — A term often used to describe a lawsuit. Affidavit — A statement in writing that […]

uncontested divorce nj

Articles April 4, 2016

Contested Divorce in New Jersey

Uncontested Divorce versus Contested Divorce By Arons & Solomon Read Arons & Solomon’s post discussing contested divorce, as opposed to uncontested divorce in New Jersey, and how you can prepare for the process. Every divorce case is different with varying legal twists and turns. Very few divorces are routine with each divorce having its own […]

Unmarried, separation, NJ. Aronssolomon

Articles March 30, 2016

Unmarried Parents in New Jersey

What rights do unmarried parents have in NJ when dealing with separation? By Arons & Solomon New Jersey offers the same custody rights to unmarried parents as those for married parents. Issues related to child custody, child support, and visitation will all be handled according to the same standards as they would be for married […]

Uncontested Divorce Divorce

Articles February 16, 2016

Arons & Solomon — Uncontested Divorce: An Explanation

Divorce Basics: Reaching an agreement is the key to an “Uncontested” Divorce Divorce is often a complicated matter, involving heightened emotions and many decisions that will affect the future of both spouses, their children, each party’s financial situation, and much more. In the rare instance, parties agree on everything. Before even filing for divorce, those […]

equitable divorce in NJ

Articles September 21, 2015

The Ins and Outs of Equitable Distribution in New Jersey

What constitutes an equitable divorce in the state of NJ?             “For better or for worse, in sickness and in health, till death do us part’. Everyone knows these words as the typical marriage vows. When stating these vows, the majority of couples will look at this as their two lives becoming one in every […]

Choosing the Right Divorce Attorney in NJ

Articles September 11, 2015

Choosing the Right Divorce Attorney in NJ

What Should You Always Keep in Mind when Selecting a NJ Divorce Attorney It is certainly not an enormous surprise that divorce is an emotionally trying time for any person. Whether the divorce is contentious or not, divorce is essentially closing one very important chapter in your life. After the last argument has been had […]

Same Sex Divorce in NJ

Articles June 29, 2015

Same-Sex Divorce in New Jersey: What Can You Expect?

With Same-Sex Marriage Comes Same-Sex Divorce- What Can Same-Sex Couples Expect in NJ? Throughout most of recorded history, marriage was defined as ‘the legally or formally recognized union of a man and a woman as partners in a relationship.’ Times have changed, however. Same-sex couples have struggled to be able to have their love and […]