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Exlaining a divorce to children is often diffuclt

When a couple is headed for separation, the people around them are often aware that problems may exist. Because of the close proximity, the children are often not ignorant of issues that may exist between parents. Many New Jersey couples may find that explaining a divorce to children and the reasons behind it one of the most difficult parts of the marriage ending.

Family law: Father may be arrested in custody case

Sadly, children are stuck in the middle of parental disagreements and differing points of views. When parents or grandparents cannot agree on the best way to handle sharing custody of a child or children, skilled New Jersey family law attorneys are often asked to offer advice on legal intervention. Sadly, one 4-year-old little boy is caught between custody disagreements of his mother and father, and it may lead to his father's arrest.

A divorce in 2019 may be impacted by the Tax Cuts and Job Act

There are numerous things to consider when ending a marriage. For any New Jersey resident that has not had experience with a divorce, he or she may not be aware of all the complexities to consider. In addition, laws change, occasionally altering the process. In fact, the recent Tax Cuts and Job Act recently affected many aspects of the process and will affect many divorces in 2019.

Mediation could speed up getting a divorce in New Jersey

Chances are good that if you're considering divorce, you and your spouse can't agree on a lot of things right now. After all, if everything was going well, divorce wouldn't likely be part of your immediate future. You may think that if you and your spouse can't agree on terms, the only solution is battling it out in court.

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