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Healing after divorce is possible

When people in New Jersey decide to get divorced, it is usually because all other options for making a marriage work have failed. Unfortunately, the divorce process can take an emotional toll on those going through it. However, a few tips may help navigating these family law proceedings to make the most of the process and heal in the midst of it.

People remember things that never happened

You may have heard that memories can change over time, and it's true. However, studies have revealed that the problem can go much farther than that. In reality, people often suffer from "false memories." Essentially, though they feel convinced that what they remember is real, it never happened at all.

Examining finances a good idea when starting divorce process

No matter what the income levels of the spouses may be, getting divorced can quickly take a toll on them financially. This is why it is generally a good idea for spouses to thoroughly study their financial situations before commencing with divorce proceedings in New Jersey. Specifically, it is wise for them to do some reconnaissance regarding their incomes and debt, as well as their expenses.

Keeping track of credit essential during divorce

The divorce process brings about many life changes, especially financial ones. Unfortunately, these sudden changes can quickly make divorcing individuals in New Jersey feel as though their lives are spinning out of control. However, it is possible to regain control of one's financial situation during divorce by staying on top of one's credit.

Man accused of gun crimes after fatal shooting

A man in New Jersey was recently accused of murdering a fellow retirement community resident with a gun. He now faces a murder charge along with a weapons charge. However, like anyone facing charges related to gun crimes, the man is presumed innocent until and unless his guilt is proved in criminal court.

Man arrested at elementary school, charged with gun crimes

A man was recently accused of engaging in criminal activity involving a weapon at a school in New Jersey. He now faces serious charges. However, anyone accused of gun crimes in the Garden State is always presumed innocent until the State can prove his guilt in a court of law.

Multiple reasons exist for divorce

Marriage is not an easy arrangement to keep up long term, and having a shaky foundation only decreases a marriage's chances of lasting. Unfortunately, in many cases, two spouses have no choice but to get a divorce due to irreconcilable differences. Here is a glimpse at a handful of the chief reasons that people in New Jersey and elsewhere get divorced.

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