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New Year could mean divorce in New Jersey

As the New Year quickly approaches, many New Jersey residents may be considering ways in which they would like to change and/or improve their lives. For some parties, this consideration may bring them to the decision to file for divorce. Though the end of the year is often a low point for the number of divorce filings, those numbers reportedly spike after the first of the year.

New Jersey residents may consider appealing property distribution

When New Jersey residents are going through divorce, it is likely that they will be concerned over who will maintain ownership of certain assets. Property distribution can often be stressful and tense, and, in some cases, parties may not be able to come to terms on their own. In such situations, court rulings may determine who will walk away with which pieces of property. However, certain decisions may warrant an appeal.

Information on alimony may interest New Jersey residents

When New Jersey residents go through divorce, determining what assets will remain with which party and how issues of spousal support will be handled can create tension. However, if parties have a prenuptial or postnuptial agreement in place, their division and alimony proceedings may go more smoothly. Residents may be interested in a celebrity divorce that was recently settled between Melanie Griffith and Antonio Banderas.

Child custody terms could affect New Jersey holiday time

As New Jersey residents consider their plans for the holiday season, divorced or divorcing parents may be concerned over family plans. Child custody terms typically dictate when children see which parent during the holidays, and as a result, parents may wish to work toward custody terms that address the holidays. Additionally, parental attitudes during this season could affect how children feel about the situation.

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