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Getting Back to Basics: The ABC’s of Divorce - Mercer County Family Law Blog

Divorce Mediation Considerations

A client recently asked us how to best prepare for their upcoming divorce mediation and what to expect regarding the process.  While every case provides its own unique set of facts and personalities, the following...
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“X” is for Xenagogy

“X” is for Xenagogy There Are No Guidebooks To Divorce The obvious choice for this post would have been something with “X-spouse” in the title, but why not take this opportunity to learn a new...
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College Loans and Divorce Settlements

Can You Require College Loans For Your Children Through A Divorce Settlement? In 2018, the Appellate Division decided the case of M.F.W. v. G.O., A-1488-16-T2. This is an unreported decision (i.e., it is not precedential or...
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“T” Is For Tax Reform

At the end of 2017, Congress passed the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act.  This sweeping tax reform will have a significant impact on divorce.  It is the consensus that the largest impact of the tax...
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P is for Parenting Plan.

Proceeding with our back to basics series, we now arrive at the letter “P”, which highlights the topic of Parenting Plans, an often overlooked (yet crucial) document. In family court matters where child custody and/or...
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Holiday Parenting Time

Holiday Parenting Time The holidays are special times for most parents and children. That includes parents who were never married and parents who have divorced. Unfortunately, holidays can also be stressful. They are often stressful...
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New Jersey Child Support Guidelines

“G” Is For New Jersey Child Support Guidelines New Jersey Child Support Guidelines In New Jersey, child support is typically fixed through an application of the New Jersey child support guidelines that are set forth...
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Businesses and Divorce

By: Barbara Ulrichsen, Esq. If a spouse forms a business during the marriage (even if it is not titled in joint names), the business is likely to be considered an asset that is subject to...
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Family First

The U.S. 1 newspaper featured two of our attorneys, Wendy M. Rosen, Esq. and Rebecca C. Day, Esq., who are a dynamic force. We are fortunate to have attorneys that are dedicated to the URF...
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