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Does infidelity matter during a divorce?

When someone cheats, it can break down the trust in a relationship, and it can be the reason you need to end your marriage. However, does adultery impact the divorce? Will it change the amount of alimony or division of your property? Will it affect who gets custody or visitation?

Child abuse allegations surface in Pitt-Jolie divorce

Controversy has surrounded the union between Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie since its inception. When Jolie filed for divorce, it made the news here in New Jersey and around the world. The shock of that announcement would have been enough for many fans of the couple, but now that news is being overshadowed by allegations of child abuse against Pitt.

Designing a child custody agreement that works post-divorce

New Jersey parents who are in the midst of a divorce often struggle with how to lessen the impact of their split on the children. A carefully crafted child custody agreement can help in doing just that. The agreements made between the parents during such a challenging time can form a foundation upon which the parents can build a civil, if not amicable, future as they continue to raise their children together despite the end of the marital relationship.

What to do when divorce interrupts retirement plans

Most New Jersey residents have a picture in their minds of how they want their retirement years to be. Those plans can be in jeopardy when a couple approaching this stage of life divorce. Nearly every divorce comes with some form of economic consequences, but it might be possible to minimize them or hasten the financial recovery of the parties.

Work together to minimize the impact of divorce on the children

When a marriage is over, it can be difficult to envision working together toward a common goal. After all, if you were getting along, there might not be a need for a divorce. However, just because the relationship as a couple is over does not mean that it is unfeasible to work together as parents to minimize the impact of a New Jersey divorce on the children.

How is child support calculated in New Jersey?

When New Jersey parents separate, the obligation of each parent to financially support the children does not end. The court will likely order one parent to make monthly payments on behalf of the children in order to fulfill this obligation. Child support will be calculated based on a number of factors set forth by the state legislature.

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