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Somerset Divorce Lawyers: How to Financially Prepare for Divorce

When a couple marries, it is very common for one partner to assume most of the responsibility for handling the household finances. This arrangement can be convenient when things are going well; but when a divorce is imminent, it can leave one spouse wondering how they will ever get a fair share of the assets Read More

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Franklin Divorce Lawyers: Divorce Better than Staying Together for the Children

There is no question that divorce is hard, especially for the children involved.  Although it can be difficult when deciding to divorce or to stay together for the children’s sake, divorce in many cases is emotionally better for the entire family.  Removing children from exposure to a hostile home life and parents who argue is Read More

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Somerset Child Custody Lawyers Discuss Fathers Losing Out on Custody

Custody battles after a divorce are never pleasant. Ultimately, the children’s best interests should be considered first. However, all too often, society’s perception of what is right for a child interferes with the proceedings. Due to outdated cultural perceptions of gender roles dating back centuries, there is a heavy bias toward favorable custody rights for Read More

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Bridgewater Child Support Lawyers: “Gifted” Child

Recent decisions in New Jersey courtrooms have parents of talented children questioning how their child’s extra-curricular pursuits may affect their child support payments. Having a child who dedicates themselves to academic, athletic, technology, or artistic greatness requires time and resources beyond that of a child not involved in such activities. As a result, recent New Read More

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Somerset Child Custody Lawyer: Securing Child Custody in New Jersey

A divorce is stressful for several reasons, but if you and your spouse have children, the process can be even more draining. Children often do not understand the notion of divorce, and the idea that they will be forced to live with one parent or another is hard to grasp. Know what to do to Read More

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Bridgewater Domestic Violence Lawyers: Domestic Violence and Brain Injury

Head injuries have made headlines lately as doctors discover the links between concussions sustained by professional football players and health issues that they develop later in life. Now the same link is being made by researchers at the Barrow Neurological Institute between traumatic brain injury (TBI) and victims of domestic violence. Head injury is the Read More

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Somerset Divorce Lawyers: Husband’s Employment Status Affects Divorce

A recent study conducted by Alexandra Killewald, a professor of sociology at Harvard, found that divorce rates may be linked to the employment status of the husband. Although traditional marriages typically place the husband as the breadwinner, changing family dynamics over the last several decades have seen this standard begin to disappear. However, husbands who Read More

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Bridgewater Divorce Lawyers: Unique Challenges Facing Single Parents

Traditional gender roles are changing when it comes to parenting, but more progress can be made. The traditional role of the mother as primary care-giver still persists, even if it is not always the case when parents’ divorce. Fathers are held to lower expectations when it comes to parenting, even if they want to be Read More

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Franklin Adoption Lawyers: Adoption in New Jersey

If you are considering adding a child to your family through adoption in New Jersey, it is in your best interest to work with a family lawyer who has experience handling adoptions. Although you are not required to work with a lawyer to complete the adoption process, an experienced attorney can protect your rights, promote Read More

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Bridgewater Divorce Lawyer: Importance of Parental Involvement Post Divorce

Children need to have consistent, healthy relationships with their parents to grow into physically and emotionally healthy adults. There are cases where a child cannot have this type of relationship with both of their parents due to death or divorce. When a child loses a parent to death or divorce early in life, the child Read More

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