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Category Archives: Alimony

Family Law Appeals Lawyer Plainfield, NJ

New Jersey Family Law Courts frequently rule on complex legal issues such as divorce, child support, alimony and spousal support, child custody, division of assets and more. In the majority of cases, these rulings are legal, fair, and proper. However, there are situations in which the court system renders a judgement which is not legally justified or fundamentally unfair. When… Continue Reading

Divorce Settlement Agreements in Union County, NJ

The New Jersey divorce process can be quite complicated depending on the situation of the divorcing spouses, their families, and their financial situation. One of the primary concerns for the majority of divorce proceedings is coming to a legal and enforceable divorce settlement agreement. These agreements are where spouses can lay out the terms of their divorce… Continue Reading

Contesting Prenuptial Agreements in Union County, NJ

Prenuptial and postnuptial agreements are frequently used marital agreements which allow spouses to control their marriage and the terms of their potential divorce. However, not all prenuptial agreements are created equal. The state of New Jersey has a very specific set of guidelines which govern how legal marital agreements must be drafted, signed, and what terms may… Continue Reading

Can I Modify an Existing Child Support Agreement in NJ?

In New Jersey, the terms of child support agreements are determined for the best interests of the child. Child rearing is expensive, and children benefit from co-parents who are financially strong. Child support is also determined using a very specific calculation which takes a number of factors into consideration. When these factors change over time, it may be… Continue Reading

Will my Grounds for Divorce Impact the Terms of my Divorce Settlement?

New Jersey divorce law can be quite confusing. As part of the divorce process, couples or individuals must decide to file a no fault or fault divorce, which allows both parties to state the reasons they are filing for divorce, otherwise known as the grounds for divorce. For no fault divorce, grounds for divorce will not “fault” one… Continue Reading

What are my Options if my Spouse Doesn’t Want a Divorce?

A commonly asked question when it comes to New Jersey divorce is: can I get a divorce if my spouse does not want one? The simple answer is yes, it is absolutely possible to successfully file for and be granted a legal divorce with or without the cooperation of a spouse. However, it is important… Continue Reading

The Impact of Divorce on Mental and Physical Health

When navigating a life-altering event such as a divorce, most individuals experience a series of physical, psychological, and emotional changes which can have a dramatic impact on overall health. According to the American Institute of Stress, divorce is the second most stressful life event many of us face, only coming in behind the death of a spouse.… Continue Reading

Taxes During and After Divorce

The financial implications of divorce are many. While you are in the midst or in the immediate aftermath of divorce proceedings, you may have questions about what impacts your divorce may have on filing for your federal, state, and local taxes. Today, Union County divorce and family law attorney Edward Cooper will be addressing some of the concerns his clients commonly… Continue Reading

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