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Cherry Hill Divorce Lawyers:  Divorce Settlements Involving Wealth and Business

Divorce is never a “pretty” situation.  There are amicable divorces and those that focus on being as pain free as possible, but when one partner tries to hide assets from another, the situation can become extremely difficult.  Trust plays a big part in the climate of a divorce.  When one spouse tries to hide property, […]

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Cherry Hill Divorce Lawyers Discuss Evolution of the Prenuptial Agreement

Prenuptial agreements have long held the stigma of being uncaring, unromantic contractual documents that couples only enter into because they anticipate the possibility of divorce. But in reality, most prenuptial agreements are written in anticipation of death, not divorce. Additionally, many couples are finding that a prenuptial agreement can actually bring harmony to their marriage […]

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South Jersey Divorce Lawyer Discusses Custody Fall-Out

by Julie Freeman-Burick, Esq. All custody and parenting time applications are reviewed in light of the best interests of child. When people ask what constitutes best interests, it can be hard to define. Sometimes it can be a bright-line, common sense “you know it when you see it” and sometimes it can be much more […]

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South Jersey Divorce Lawyer Discusses Preparing your Child for Moving After a Divorce

By Joseph Testa, J.S.C. (Ret.) No one imagines nor contemplates on their wedding day nor at the birth of their child that they would ever be involved in a divorce. Nor do they imagine that there could come a day that they would be fighting over the custody of their most precious assets, their children. Unfortunately […]

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Cherry Hill Divorce Lawyers:  Billions of Dollars at Stake in High-Asset Divorce

The divorce of Chicago hedge fund billionaire, Kenneth Griffin, and his wife, Anne Dias Griffin, has made national headlines and could become one of the largest divorce settlements in the country.  Kenneth Griffin is the president and CEO of Citadel Investment Group, and is estimated to be worth $6.5 billion.  With billions of dollars at […]

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South Jersey Divorce Lawyer: The Circle of 6 – the New Answer for Calling 911 for Pizza

By Julie Freeman-Burick Perhaps you saw the Public Service Announcement that aired during the super bowl about the woman who called 911 for pizza but needing help with a domestic violence incident, but could not come out and say so for fear of further abuse. If you did not see it, view this link. It […]

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Cherry Hill Divorce Lawyers:  Divorce can Ruin Your Credit Score

Successfully navigating through a divorce is one of the most emotionally challenging scenarios a person may deal with during their lifetime. However, there is no reason that the divorce process must be financially devastating. While working toward a fair and equitable distribution of assets and liabilities acquired during the marriage, it is important that individuals […]

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South Jersey Divorce Lawyer: To Move Out or Not to Move Out?

By: Drew A. Molotsky, Esq. “To move or not to move, that is the question.” My clients often face the difficult decision of whether or not to move out of the former marital residence while a divorce is pending (or even before it starts). There are many factors that go into this decision, some of […]

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Cherry Hill Divorce Lawyers Discuss Economic Implications of Alimony Reform

By Kimberly Packman, Esq. Recent efforts by social conservatives to reform alimony laws appear to contradict traditional conservative values and could lead to significant economic disadvantages for divorced women.  Conservative politicians contend that strengthening marriage in America will reduce poverty, and some social conservatives are lobbying for laws to make attaining a divorce more difficult. […]

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South Jersey Divorce Lawyer: “No Fault” Grounds Available for Dissolution of Civil Unions

By Thomas Roberto As previously discussed in this blog, New Jersey is one of many states that permits same-sex couples to enter into civil unions. New Jersey likewise permits couples to dissolve their civil unions in a manner similar to that of a traditional divorce. N.J.S.A. 2A: 34-2.1 sets forth a list of grounds upon […]

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