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Mediation may benefit couples during divorce

The process of a marital split-up in New Jersey can be harsh due to the mental, emotional and financial toll it can take on both parties. However, making matters even worse is if the couple has to go through a bitter, drawn-out battle at trial. An alternative to going through divorce litigation is to embrace divorce mediation.

Separation precedes divorce

Ending a marriage can be both emotionally and financially challenging. This is just as true for those who have been married a few years as it is for those who have been married a few decades. One question that often arises when two spouses are interested in separating before finally getting a divorce in New Jersey is whether they have to file for separation.

Thought-out financial moves can make a difference in divorce

The process of getting divorced is generally not an easy one, for both emotional and financial reasons. Even a relatively amicable divorce proceeding can take its toll on the parties involved. A couple of tips may help those navigating this type of family law proceeding in New Jersey.

Divorce can be successful by following certain steps

The process of dissolving a marriage in New Jersey can be emotionally and financially unsettling. Unfortunately, sometimes divorce is inevitable. A few tips may help with tackling the issues that often spring up in divorce proceedings, such as asset division and child custody.

Divorce mediation may be ineffective in a couple of scenarios

Getting divorced in New Jersey can be one of the toughest experiences one may have, but not all divorces are bitter battles. It is possible for a couple to get a divorce without necessarily having to go to trial thanks to a process known as divorce mediation. However, mediation will not work in a couple of scenarios.

Prenuptial agreements can protect millennials during divorce

Unlike previous generations, millennials in New Jersey and elsewhere are more likely to wait to get married. Part of the reason for this is that they want to feel financially secure first before walking down the aisle. In light of this, an increasing number of millennials who want to get married are first turning to prenuptial agreements to protect their individual assets in case they end up going through divorce later.

Property division during divorce handled equitably in New Jersey

The process of ending a marriage can naturally be confusing and emotionally challenging. This is true even those who have been married for just a few years versus a few decades. One particular area of divorce that often sparks contention in New Jersey is property division.

Social media has contributed to rising divorce rate

As couples in New Jersey wrap up their summer vacations and head into the fall season, they may be seriously contemplating getting divorced. After all, perhaps they have had irreconcilable differences for a while, and their summer vacations made them realize they simply cannot overcome these differences. A couple of facts are important to know when it comes to getting a divorce.

Nesting: an option during divorce

Parents in New Jersey who are going through the dissolution of a marriage can find comfort in knowing that their children will be able to move past their parents' marital dissolution over time. Still, this can be a life-altering event for children. One solution that parents have implemented when it comes to dealing with child custody during a divorce is called nesting.

Divorce misconceptions involve spousal support, need for attorney

The dissolution of a marriage in New Jersey is never easy to navigate, and the more wealth a couple has accumulated, the tougher it can be. Unfortunately, some misconceptions related to divorce can make the process even more complicated. A couple of major divorce-related misconceptions involve spousal support and the need to hire an attorney.

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