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A few questions are worth asking during divorce in New Jersey

Divorce can be emotionally draining and financially complex. However, a little preparation may help to make the process less acrimonious. For starters, people going through divorce in New Jersey would be wise to ask themselves several questions in order to determine how to approach the proceeding.

Stevie Wonder ordered to pay exorbitant amount in child support

During the process of divorce in New Jersey, child support is often a major sticking point for parents. One parent may be concerned about not receiving an appropriate amount in child support for the child, while the other parent may be worried about being ordered to pay an unreasonable amount. One high-profile individual in another state, singer Stevie Wonder, was recently ordered to pay a large amount in child support following his divorce.

Being prepared financially can help during divorce

Although the emotional aspect of a divorce in New Jersey can understandably be difficult to cope with, the financial aspect of this type of proceeding can also pose challenges. Making one mistake during a divorce proceeding can unfortunately have negative long-term effects for an individual. A few tips may help a person to stay financially sound if his or her marriage is coming to an end.

Litigation can be avoided during divorce in New Jersey

Two people who marry and decide to build a business together in New Jersey may, unfortunately, find themselves having to dissolve the marriage and move on with their separate lives. Having a joint business makes this transition tricky. However, it is possible to address a large asset, such as a business, during divorce proceedings without necessarily going through the process of litigation.