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Will an affair affect New Jersey asset division or alimony?

Deciding to get a divorce is often a difficult decision. Two times when that may not be true, however, is when there is abuse or infidelity in the marriage. If your spouse has cheated on you, whether it was a one-time issue or an ongoing affair, that can make it easier for you to decide to divorce. After all, not only is infidelity a breach of your trust, it can also endanger your health by potentially exposing you to sexually-transmitted diseases or infections.

3 divorce myths you should stop believing

When it comes to divorce, there is an endless amount of advice columns available. In some cases, you might see conflicting information or run across tips that might lead you to make some very costly mistakes. Like with most situations, it is important to separate myth from fact.

Mediation gives you more control over asset division and custody

Getting divorced is never an easy prospect. In New Jersey right now, it's nearly impossible. Initially, only Essex and Passaic Counties had stays on divorces. Now, with the escalation of budget issues and the closure of all state courts, divorces are indefinitely on hold throughout New Jersey.

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.

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