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."
Question: What is an "all-consuming pursuit of an elusive, quite possibly mythical goal?"
Readers of our New Jersey legal blog at The Law Office of Rajeh A. Saadeh in Somerville who are considering the above headline in today's post should know that many divorcing parties see little, if any, of a courtroom. In fact, many decouplings across the Garden State are concluded amicably and via alternative processes to formal litigation, such as mediation.
Readers of our legal blog across New Jersey are of course familiar with the phrase "labor of love." We submit that the term is seldom more appropriately used in the context of family law than to describe the passion and energies expended by a couple to grow a family business and guide it toward profitability.
If your dissolving New Jersey marriage features high assets and an impending former partner's clear animosity directed toward everything you do and say, you might reasonably be harboring some serious concerns.
Many lawyers will tell you they get tons of inquiries about divorce after the holidays. For various reasons, the January "divorce month" phenomenon is a real thing. Actual divorce filings begin ticking up right after New Year's, climbing through Valentine's Day, and peaking in March.
We always seek to provide our readers across New Jersey with timely and relevant information concerning important family law topics.
Take time and be focused, because "it can be messy."