Trying to escape an abusive relationship is often difficult. Not only are victims typically controlled by another spouse emotionally, physically and/or financially, the legal system is not always in a victim's favor. Anyone who is the victim of domestic violence will likely need the assistance of a New Jersey attorney to guide them through best approach to safely leave an abusive relationship.
Whether married couples in New Jersey encounter challenges in divorce or happen to be parents who were never married, facing problems related to the upbringing and care of their children can cause stress levels to soar. Those who read celebrity news may find themselves relating to several family law issues that many Hollywood stars have recently faced in their own personal lives. The good news is that the same type of support networks available to celebrities is also available to parents in this state.
Couples who have gone through the entire process of a divorce may attest that merging lives is easier than separating lives. Not only are there multiple legal decisions to make, but it is a process often coupled with pain and heartache. New Jersey family law attorneys understand the difficulties of separating lives and are able to advise clients through the best process to make it as easy as possible.
When you go to a grocery store, you expect to get what you need, pay for it and leave. You probably don't expect that you will be injured while you are at that store, but this is a real possibility.
New Jersey couples who are in a second or third marriage may not realize that their chances of marital success are lower than those who are in their first marriage. Approximately 60 percent of marriages end in divorce when it is the second marriage compared to those who have less than a 50 percent chance of divorce during a first marriage. Because many second marriages occur later in life, there are some important things to consider prior to getting married.