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August 2015 Archives

Cooperative child custody may be helpful for New Jersey parents

Going through divorce can be difficult for New Jersey residents, especially if they are parents. When discussing child custody terms, parents will likely want to work toward agreements that will be best for the children. Nonetheless, some parents may be worried about missing important aspects of their children's lives. If this is the case, co-parenting may be an option to consider.

New Jersey divorce could be affected by infidelity

There are many factors that could play into a New Jersey couple deciding to divorce. They may find that they have grown apart or no longer share the same values; in some cases, infidelity may have occurred. Such situations can be difficult to work through, and as a result, many parties may wish to move forward with divorce. If this is the case, they may wish to find out more information on related proceedings.

Divorce could affect career decisions in New Jersey

When New Jersey residents go through divorce, they likely understand that it is a situation that will affect the rest of their lives. Particularly, older individuals who have been married for a considerable amount of time may find that their divorce has a greater impact on their situations. If an individual is considering a new job prospect, he or she may wonder whether he or she should take the job due to divorce agreements.

Child support, alimony could be concerns after New Jersey divorce

When New Jersey parents go through divorce, it is likely that their financial situations will be considerably impacted. Individuals who shared a single income may wonder how they will handle their finances as a single individual, especially if that party has custody of any children involved. Therefore, concerned parents will likely want to find out how alimony and child support may affect their situation.

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