Student Loans and Divorce

What to do if you can’t get along with your co-parent! There is no doubt about it, divorce is difficult.  However, post-divorce co-parenting can be just as difficult, especially if you and your ex ended the relationship at war with one another. Yet, you must somehow learn to make co-parenting work for the sake of.. Read More

Credit Card Debt and Divorce in NJ

One of the most common concerns during a divorce is who will pay for credit card debt. Pursuant to New Jersey matrimonial law, it does not matter whose name is (or is not) on the credit card. Regardless if a credit card is in one spouse’s name or if the card is in joint name,.. Read More

How to Handle Narcissistic Parental Alienation

When you leave a narcissistic spouse, they may have trouble coping with the end of the relationship. For them, it means losing control and ruining their self-perception. To get back at their partner, they will do whatever they can to destroy them — including using their children as pawns. Parental alienation is a common form.. Read More

Factors that Affect the New Jersey Divorce Timeline

When couples get divorced, they often want it to go by as fast as possible. However, this isn’t always the case. Numerous factors including New Jersey’s residency requirement, separation periods, and different grounds for divorce can have an impact on how long this process will take to complete. Below, our Chester divorce attorneys examine the.. Read More

COVID-19 AND DIVORCE

It’s so hard to know where to begin in discussing the pandemic and the world we are all living in right now. As a Divorce lawyer, these are especially turbulent times. The advice we are all being given- be kind to yourself, take stock in where you are in life, use this time of isolation.. Read More

What to Know About Getting Divorced in New Jersey

Following the decision to get a divorce, it’s common to feel afraid, overwhelmed, and confused by the process. “Where do I begin?” “What should I expect during the process?” “How complicated will it be?” Many people seeking a divorce have these questions and more when they start the process. Knowing what the initial steps for.. Read More

How to Deal With a Narcissistic Spouse

When you get married, you and your spouse will undoubtedly change over time. When they grow and evolve into a better person, this is great. However, sometimes they do the opposite, and their true colors begin to show. This is the case for many people who fall in love and eventually get married to a.. Read More

Divorcing a Narcissist: What Steps You Need to Take

Life is never easy when you’re married to a narcissist, but divorcing one is even harder. Getting a divorce is already hard enough, and with a narcissist in the mix, it can feel downright impossible. However, there are steps you can take to make it through this challenging process. Is Your Spouse a Narcissist? Narcissists have a.. Read More

Debunking The Myth Of Divorce Lawyers As Money Pits

According to the website 24/7 Wall St. the average cost for a divorce in N.J. without children is $15,600. The same website shows the cost of divorce in N.J. with children to average $23,400. This may seem high, but the reality is that the average cost of a wedding in N.J. is $62,000! No one is saying that weddings.. Read More

You’re Finally Divorced. Now What?

Even the smoothest divorce is a difficult process. Usually by the end of it people do not want to think about what they just went through. They just want to move forward. Here are a few tips as to what to do once you get your Final Judgment of Divorce: 1. Find a safe place.. Read More