Divorce and Family Law Blog

Domestic Violence and the Importance of Documentation

Evidence is the lifeblood of our legal system, no matter what area of law is involved. This is especially true if you are a victim of domestic violence. Allegations and claims won’t get you very far. Credible, verifiable, well-documented evidence along with strong legal arguments should carry the day in

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Managing Emotions During Divorce

Let’s admit the obvious: divorce is hard. No one gets married with the intention of getting divorced. We all imagine “happily ever after” but even the best of marriages have rough times. Some recover and others wind up in our office. And that’s hard. But it doesn’t have to be

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How to Find a Divorce Attorney

If you are considering divorce in New Jersey or Pennsylvania, you need to do your research before choosing your divorce attorney. The lawyer who helped your best friend with a divorce may or may not be a good match for you. Do your homework first and you should be able

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Getting a Divorce During COVID NJ

As the Family Court in both Pennsylvania and New Jersey has had to adjust its policies, practice and procedure during these last few months under the shelter-in-place and shut down orders, we are starting to see practical solutions emerge.  One such example is the new directive Order out of New

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Divorce after 60: What you Need to Know

Marriage and Family researchers at Bowling Green State University have found that the divorce rate for couples aged 50 and older has doubled since 1990, and it has more than doubled for married individuals aged 65 and older1.  Whether the couple has grown apart over the years, or the recent

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Will We See A Rise in Divorce Due to COVID-19

Will We See A Rise in Divorce Due to COVID-19?

As our country adjusts to the “new normal” and COVID-19 alters every aspect of our lives, we couldn’t help but wonder – how will this impact the divorce rates during this time?  The initial thought is that for those couples on the cusp of cracking the “stay at home” orders

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