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May 2017 Archives

Divorce issues more sobering when complex assets involved

Every New Jersey divorce situation is unique. There are no two individuals alike and when their unions dissolve, the processes required to settle the range of issues -- from temporary support, child custody and support, perhaps even pet custody and support – are exclusively their own. Because of the region we are in – somewhat inland but near the shore – there are couples at all income levels.

Could dynamics on New Jersey drug crime be about to change?

A conviction on any criminal charge is never a positive thing for someone in New Jersey. It is possible, however, for a case to go from bad to worse. What can tip the scales is how prosecutors decide to press the case. This might be particularly true for someone facing drug-related criminal charges.

Meth possession: A serious criminal offense

The state of New Jersey has been dealing with serious issues with drug addiction in recent years. Heroin, opiate and opioid use is rising. Methamphetamine also remains a common drug of abuse. The majority of people who use meth do so because of an addiction to the substance. These individuals would likely benefit more from attempts at rehabilitation rather than incarceration.

How can I know if I will pay or might receive spousal support?

There was a time, not too long ago, when the presumption was that if a married couple divorced, the man would be on the hook for paying support, or alimony, to the woman. That model of spousal support was based on the notion that the man typically provided the main source of income to the family. It also didn't assume that the woman should be put into the situation of having to be self-supporting.

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