How to Enforce Child Support Payments in New Jersey

All parents have a legal obligation to financially support their children. Child support is the State of New Jersey’s legal...

Marion Solomon, Esq. Completes Intensive Training as a “Matrimonial Arbitrator” in New Jersey

Arons & Solomon, P.A. is pleased to announce firm partner Marion B. Solomon, Esq. has completed intensive training to become...

Are You Legally Married in New Jersey? Maybe Not

It is alarming how frequently a spouse will consult with a divorce attorney, only to discover that he/she was never...

What Happens if My Spouse Won’t Sign Divorce Papers?

Hollywood would have you believe that you cannot get a divorce until your spouse signs the divorce papers. The premise...

Will Tax Reform Hurt Your Alimony Agreement in New Jersey? It Depends

Federal tax reforms from the newly passed ‘Tax Cuts and Jobs Act’ (TCJA) took effect Jan. 1, 2018, and impacts...

How Long Does It Take to Get a Divorce in New Jersey?

Divorce can be as simple or as complicated as both parties make it. There are many variables that can speed...

How to Know If Your Ex Is Spying on You Online

It used to be that divorcing couples only had to worry about a private investigator following their activity. Now with...

25 of The Most Expensive Divorces of All Time

Ending a marriage can be expensive. Some factors, like prolonged courtroom litigation, can make some divorces more expensive than others....

What to Expect When New Jersey Family Court Orders a Custody Evaluation

When parents get divorced, they must create a Parenting Plan (aka. “custody arrangement”) that establishes the schedule, living arrangements, and...

When Cohabitation Threatens New Jersey Alimony

Alimony (aka spousal support “maintenance”) is a legally binding arrangement that requires one spouse to make payments to the other...