Legal Articles, Child Support

5 Critical Tips For Shared Parenting Time in New Jersey Family Court

A useful guide as to how to make shared custody work in New Jersey.

Fastest Painless Easiest Divorce in Hudson County, New Jersey

This article is about obtaining a fast divorce in Hudson County, New Jersey

CASE SUMMARY: PREGNANCY DISCRIMINATION ACT PROTECTS BREASTFEEDING

CASE SUMMARY: PREGNANCY DISCRIMINATION ACT PROTECTS BREASTFEEDING

Your New Business Partner Is Your Partner's Ex-Spouse

An article discussing the benefits of certain provisions in the governing documents of businesses and partnerships to address issues relating to divorce and estate planning

ALIMONY (SPOUSAL SUPPORT) IN UTAH

This article is a general discussion of Alimony in Utah. The article discusses the typical grounds for awarding alimony, the general manner in which alimony is calculated, the tax consequences of alimony as well as the grounds for terminating or modifying an existing alimony order.

Massachusetts Divorce: Understanding the Nisi Period

No one ever seems to understand what the Nisi period is. This article will help clear up some of the misconceptions and explain what it is and how it can effect you.

A Divorce Costs How Much??

Everyone wants to know how much a divorce is going to cost. There are a lot of factors involved in answering that question, but some of it is in your own control. Read on to find out how to help keep your costs down.

Uncontested or Contested Divorce . . . What Should I Do?

One of the first questions you need to answer when preparing to file a divorce is what kind of divorce you want to file - contested or uncontested. Read further to figure out the difference and to help you decide what is best for you.

2017 Child Support Guideline Changes in Plain English (kind of)

The new child support guidelines went into effect on September 15, 2017. Here is a "plain old English" (or at least as close as possible) to what the changes are and what they might mean as the Court starts using them.

Why Would You Need to Modify a Divorce Agreement

After you go to court and enter into a final judgment, life seems to create changes that might make what you had previously been following in your divorce agreement no longer what works best. In that case, you might want to modify the prior judgment.

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