Co-Owning The Family Home After Divorce: A Short Guide
When a couple is considering property division upon a divorce, the most important asset is often the family home. Sometimes one party is awarded the house in divorce proceedings, sometimes one spouse negotiates a buyout of the other spouse’s interest, [Read More]
College Expenses and Child Support: A Short Guide
After a divorce, parents have a legal duty to support their children. Thus, it is common during divorce proceedings for one parent to be required to pay child support until a child is emancipated, or self-supporting. But with the majority [Read More]
Which Former Spouse Is To Pay for College Following a NJ Divorce?
Divorce is not an easy subject for any couple. It becomes even more difficult when children are involved for a variety of reasons. One of the most common questions divorcing couples with children ask is which former spouse is responsible [Read More]
Prenuptial Agreements and Coercion- What You Need to Know?
Did you know that if the prenuptial agreement is determined invalid, this could lead to further legal battles that you might not have anticipated in the event that you get divorced? Putting together a prenuptial agreement is an important planning document [Read More]
Over 5.4 million U.S. couples, or 10.8 million individuals, were living together without being married to one another in 2000, and the number has grown since then. Cohabitation often serves as a way for two people to focus on the [Read More]