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Rewriting one's future after divorce

When one gets married, it is natural to have a vision in mind of how the future will look. Divorce is not something any New Jersey resident considers until it actually happens, and when it does, it often comes as something of a shock. The emotional nature of a relationship breakdown can cloud one's thinking, making it easy to want to simply get things over with as quickly as possible at a time when one needs to focus one's mind on what happens next.

How to handle matters involving business and divorce

There is a saying that one should never work with children or animals. For some New Jersey residents, this may also come to be true of former or soon-to-be ex-spouses. Business relationships may flourish while a marriage does; however, this rarely – if ever – continues to be the case when divorce happens.

Divorce: Be sure before you close that door

Life is full of decisions, some more important than others. For many New Jersey residents, marriage changes their lives for the better and remains that way until death parts them. Other people are not so lucky, and may instead notice a number of things over time that might point to the need to consider whether securing a divorce is the best way forward.

What happens when a spouse moves the goalposts after divorce?

There is a saying that the best laid plans often go awry. While this may be true in many instances, some New Jersey residents will be familiar with occasions when it appears that a former spouse is simply changing the terms of a divorce agreement to suit his or her own needs. For one woman, her ex-husband's decision to renege 26 years later on an agreement to pay life insurance policies following their divorce raised more questions than were first expected.

Optimism is a key element to successful divorce mediation

If you've been trying to get a divorce in Passaic County, the current stay on divorce proceedings in the county probably has you feeling perplexed and confused. Not only are you dealing with the emotional turmoil that naturally comes with any kind of romantic breakup, but now you're wondering if you can move forward with your breakup at all.

Equal parenting time is in the best interest of the children

Over the years, there have been many theories involving the relationship between children and their parents. It was once believed that, when parents divorced, the children needed their mothers more than their fathers. Among New Jersey residents these days, there is a more balanced view toward parenting time.

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