A family law commentator in a recent Forbes article notes that many women “opt out to support the careers of their husbands and to engage in the intensive mothering that is expected of them.”
Some New Jersey readers of our family law blog are likely old enough to remember some of the vintage television shows of yesteryear that depicted American family life.
We routinely strive for our family law blogs at the Somerville Law Office of Rajeh A. Saadeh to be reliable and relevant sources of information for our readers across New Jersey and elsewhere. We don't do "fluff" pieces, and we purposely steer clear of celebrity-tied stories that are more fodder than substance.
The contours of child custody in New Jersey and nationally have changed materially when compared with those that marked the status quo a generation and more ago.
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Did you see Gwyneth Paltrow’s Oscar-winning performance in the film Shakespeare in Love? How about the work she did in the box-office smash Iron Man?
Marital assets often come to the fore in a New Jersey divorce. Couples customarily worked long and hard to accumulate them, with each spouse understandably wanting to be treated fairly in the asset distribution process.
There’s almost no question that a family business is going to loom large in a New Jersey divorce.
It’s essentially a matter of degree.
High-asset divorces in New Jersey and elsewhere are sometimes not that different from more modest dissolutions in terms of the issues and challenges they present.