It goes without saying that one of the top things people argue about in high-asset divorces is money. But what many people don’t realize is that the biggest disputes in divorce don’t always end with asset division and alimony. Here are some of the top things that people struggle to agree on in a divorce…. Read More
What can you face for a first-time DUI charge?
You had a good driving record and had never had any previous problems with law enforcement. But then, a series of events resulted in you getting pulled over, accused of drunk driving and arrested. You now find yourself facing charges of a first offense of DWI. When you, your child or another loved one ends… Read More
Financial infidelity and uncovering hidden assets
Is your spouse hiding assets from you? It’s possible. Financial infidelity is more common than you might think. In fact, a recent study found that 15 million people are hiding money from their live-in partners in financial accounts such as checking and savings accounts. Many spouses move money around because they believe that it will… Read More
Separating your credit from your spouse’s during divorce
For years during your marriage, you tied your finances to your spouse’s. You and your spouse made your spending decisions together, and the wellbeing of your credit scores was united. If you are preparing to file for divorce, one of the major elements that will need to be resolved surrounds your credit. Specifically, you will… Read More
Debunking 4 commonly held divorce myths
Some people believe they fully understand the intricacies of the divorce process in New Jersey. Unfortunately, many beliefs people have about divorce are not always accurate. Below are four of the most common myths people have about divorce proceedings. 1. My spouse does not have a claim on money in my own separate account While… Read More
Parents: Don’t give up on your kids for a criminal mistake
One of the most upsetting calls a parent can receive is one notifying them that their child has been arrested for a criminal offense. As disappointed and angry as you may be if you are a parent in this situation, there are reasons why it is crucial that you take action to protect your child… Read More
What will I get to keep in my divorce?
Making the transition from married to divorced can be challenging for many reasons, including the financial obstacles that come with such a transition. With this in mind, knowing what you will be able to keep in your divorce can be a top priority. While every case is different, there are some things you can likely… Read More
7 reasons to have a prenup (even if you aren’t a millionaire)
There is a common misconception that legal tools like prenuptial agreements are reserved for millionaires and celebrities. In reality, though, prenups can protect people from all walks of life, whether you are young or old and whether you live an affluent or modest lifestyle. Below are seven reasons why you may want to consider having… Read More