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Protecting Your Assets: High-Asset Divorce Strategies in Middlesex County

Divorce can be a difficult and emotional process, especially when high assets are involved. In Middlesex County, navigating a high-asset divorce can be particularly complex due to the intricate financial holdings and investments that need to be divided. However, there are strategies you can employ to protect your assets and ensure a fair outcome. Hire a Skilled Lawyer The...

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Child Support Matters: Guidelines and Enforcement in Middlesex County

Child support is a critical aspect of ensuring the well-being of children whose parents are no longer together. In Middlesex County, navigating the guidelines and enforcement procedures for child support can be complex and overwhelming. Understanding your rights and responsibilities as a parent is crucial to ensure that your child receives the financial support they need to thrive. Child...

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What Is Divorce Mediation?

Most divorce cases will reach a settlement without needing a hearing before a judge. The question is what lengths the couple would need to go to reach a settlement. Some couples may opt to go through divorce mediation because they have difficulty reaching an agreement or want to set the conditions for success in divorce negotiations. Divorce mediation is...

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Do I Qualify for an Annulment?

Not long after getting married, you may have realized things do not seem right. You may be under the impression that you can undo what you believe to be a mistake through the annulment process. That is not true. Annulment has a very specific legal meaning and is reserved for rare circumstances. A divorce lawyer can help determine whether...

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Protecting Your Parental Rights During a Divorce

The divorce agreement you negotiate will determine the scope of your parental rights. In the meantime, you still have basic legal rights as a parent that must be respected. Here are some steps that you can take to protect your legal rights in divorce. Reach an Interim Agreement Once You Begin to Work on the Divorce Reaching a custody...

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How Are High-Asset Divorces Different?

Any New Jersey divorce can present its complex and challenging issues. Some disagreements may involve custody, while others include assets and money. High-net-worth divorces present unique challenges that may take more time and effort to resolve. A couple would rarely be on the same page at the outset of a high-net-worth divorce. Here are some reasons why a high-net-worth...

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How Our Firm Can Help With Your Divorce?

When you are getting ready to go through the divorce process, you should contact an experienced lawyer to represent you during your case. Your lawyer will handle all the details of your divorce, allowing you to focus on the changes in your life. Here is how our firm can help with your divorce. Take the Time to Listen to...

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What Is a Motion in a New Jersey Divorce Case?

In some cases, you may not be able to resolve your divorce through negotiation. Then, your case ends up in family court, where you must go through a legal process. You must formally seek the court to grant you certain things in court cases. This could be a larger for the court to consider that involves legal rights, or it...

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Am I Entitled to My Ex’s 401(K)?

Divorce can change some of your longstanding financial plans. You and your ex-spouse may have considerable money in your respective 401(k) accounts. You may be entitled to part of your ex-spouse’s 401(k) in a divorce. Conversely, they could also be due a part of your account. A lawyer can advise you on what to consider and how the accounts...

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Kroy Biermann and Kim Zolciak Ordered to Complete Divorce Mediation by End of Next Month

A Georgia court has ordered former NFL linebacker Kroy Biermann and his estranged wife, Kim Zolciak, to complete divorce mediation by the end of January 2024. The court ruled that the couple must attend sessions through the Fulton County Alternative Dispute Resolution program or hire a private mediator to address numerous unresolved and ongoing issues. Should mediation efforts fail,...

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