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Tips for having an easier divorce experience

Preparing for a divorce is not an easy task. There are many things to consider, especially when it comes to one’s financial situation. Divorce can be very pricey, plus it’s an emotionally draining process, which makes the whole event more taxing for everyone involved....

Dealing with retirement assets during divorce

Even when ending an unhappy marriage is the best possible choice you can make, you will still encounter a few challenges that are unique to divorce. For example, divorce can take a toll on your financial stability. While younger couples might have more time to bounce...

Grief is common after divorce

Most people go into divorce expecting emotional ups and downs. However, many don’t realize that experiencing grief, like what one might feel when a loved one dies, is actually quite common. Even if the divorce is something one has wanted, there are still many...

Understanding property division during divorce

Divorce comes with many challenges. The emotional aspects of divorce can be dealt with through therapy, finding new hobbies, or just reaching out to friends and family for support. The financial side of things, which includes the separation of property, is best dealt...

Use caution with social media during a divorce

Many people use social media as an outlet to vent frustrations or express feelings about what’s going on in their lives. But this can be problematic when one is going through a divorce. The dissolution of marriage can be very emotional, and it can cause some people to...

What to know before filing for divorce

There are certain steps to take and things to understand before one decides to file for divorce. Understanding the process of divorce can help ease worries and better prepare an individual for what to expect. When a couple has minor children or owns property together,...

Property division in New Jersey

Popular movies and TV shows often depict divorce as a process in which divorcing spouses each receive exactly half of the marital assets. While this might be the case in a handful of states, New Jersey state law follows something called equitable division. Rather than...