Tag: divorce

18August

Hiring a Lawyer for a Simple, No Fault Divorce in New Jersey

Article by Daniel A. Levy, Esq. Updated August 18, 2018 It is not uncommon that a client contacts me and says that they and their spouse are in agreement that they should get divorced. They ask, how much to get a simple divorce? What is a no fault divorce? We were just married a few
  • divorce, family law
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22May

How to save lots of money on a divorce in New Jersey

  Article by Daniel A. Levy, Esq. Updated May 22, 2018 Once a couple has decided that it is time to file for divorce, they may have concerns about how much a divorce will cost them. Clients often ask me how expensive a divorce will be and what they can do to save money on
  • divorce, family law
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19September

New Jersey Alimony Reform Signed Into Law

After a nearly unanimous vote in the New Jersey Senate, Governor Chris Christie signed into law a comprehensive set of New Jersey alimony reforms. This will impact our Family Law practice, and in a very welcome way. Almost all involved (as well as commentators) agreed that alimony laws in New Jersey were over-due for a
  • alimony, divorce
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20June

Contribution towards college expenses for a child who refuses to speak with you

Article by Daniel A. Levy, Esq. Back in March, many news organizations reported that New Jersey Judge Peter Bogaard of Morris County Superior Court’s Family Division said “no” to Rachel Canning’s request that her parents contribute towards her education expenses. Ms. Canning’s allegation was that her parents forced her to leave the house and that
  • child support, college expenses, divorce, family law
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