November 2019 Archives

Understanding the impact of one's behavior during a divorce

It may come as no surprise that going through the end of a marriage can be a daunting process. Individuals in New Jersey who are facing a divorce may experience a wide range of emotions during the process. As making decisions based on emotions might not always prove favorable, those facing a similar scenario could benefit from taking steps to better understand how their behavior could influence the outcome of their divorce.

Could a divorce prove a financially favorable strategy?

There may be a variety of scenarios in which a couple in New Jersey or elsewhere might decide to take separate paths in life. Some of the most common causes of marital strain may include issues such as breakdowns in communication or arguments over finances. However, recent studies indicate that certain circumstances in life have caused many couples to consider taking a more strategic approach to divorce.

Seeking advice on relocating with the kids following a divorce

There are a variety of circumstances in life that could leave individuals in New Jersey and elsewhere facing a need to relocate to a different area. While in many cases, this need may involve little more than arranging a new living space and moving one's belongings, the are some scenarios in which the process may be somewhat more complex. Parents who wish to move after a divorce may find it vital to gain insight into the rules of relocation, as these rules may have a substantial influence on the outcome of the situation.

Knowing the differences between divorce and legal separation

There may be a multitude of scenarios in which married couples in New Jersey or elsewhere could choose to take separate paths in life. While in many cases, a couple may feel that dissolving the marriage is the healthiest path, some may choose to take time apart by seeking a legal separation. Prior to making such a major life decision, understanding some of the differences between a legal separation and a divorce could prove imperative.

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