“[K]eep looking forward rather than in the rearview mirror.”
It’s hardly surprising that many divorcing parties in New Jersey and nationally – especially those on the cusp of or already in their retirement years – focus especially acutely on money matters during the dissolution process.
It’s one thing when your soon-to-be ex-partner is spending a few bucks on his new flame or coughing up some money you think is frivolously wasted on a nonsensical hobby during the divorce process.
Going through a divorce comes with challenges and surprises. Social media is one aspect you may not think about when entering into a divorce, but it can have an impact on everything from public perception to asset management. Make sure you protect yourself and your children by keeping these habits in check:
Some New Jersey divorces turn out to be relatively quick and simple affairs.
Sometimes the biggest issue with a prenuptial agreement when a party seeks to invoke it in a New Jersey divorce is with that contract itself.
It's undoubtedly true that there are a million velvet Elvis paintings hanging on walls in American homes for every work from a timeless master that is similarly displayed.
Eternal wedded bliss is, well, a concept.
The Bridge is a live talk show on ART America, airing every Thursday at 9 pm EST. Rajeh Saadeh was recently invited on as a special guest to dicuss family law and divorce.
A recent article discussing marital wealth sought to be hidden by a bad-faith spouse in divorce proceedings refers to the game of "now you see it, now you don't."