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Bird nesting may be an option for some couples getting a divorce

Every couple decides to merge lives and residences at different stages of their relationship and often for different reasons. When a relationship ends, couples tend to go their separate ways and establish separate places to live, but some couples with children are choosing to maintain the family home together. New Jersey parents who are considering a divorce may be interested in the new trend called bird nesting.

Can New Jersey couples predict their divorce?

When a couple is busy planning a wedding, they are likely giddy with excitement. The last thing on most engaged couple's minds is the possibility of a divorce in the future, but for many couples, it is a potential reality. New Jersey couples who are considering getting married may be interested in recent studies that may be able to predict a future divorce.

High asset divorce for couple married 70 years

Divorce, wealth and affairs often are the backbone of stories for television or movies, but they are a reality for many couples. While scandals in a marriage can make a good plot line in Hollywood, it can result in stress, pain and heartache for real couples. New Jersey married couples may be interested in the high asset divorce of one couple in another state and the reason they are still in court finalizing their divorce.

How will the new tax code affect alimony payments in New Jersey?

New Jersey couples considering a divorce have a host of decisions to process. Couples must determine their living situation, child custody, child support and alimony. Couples considering a divorce last year probably did not imagine that tax codes could have an impact on future divorce negotiations.

Divorce granted to end 70-year marriage

Many couples choose to use the vows "till death do us part," but many marriages do not survive for the rest of a couple's life. One couple in another state almost managed to remain married until death, but a judge recently granted their divorce. New Jersey couples who are considering a divorce may be interested to understand the reasons behind the couple's end of their 70-year marriage.

Where to live following a divorce is just one decision to be made

Every marriage is unique and every couple has a different set of circumstances to consider when a marriage appears to be at its end. Due to the emotional turmoil many New Jersey individuals feel prior to and during a divorce, many cannot understand all the decisions that must be made during the process. One decision that is sometimes overlooked is considering where each spouse will live following the divorce. 

"Flip or Flop" stars divorce

Tarek and Christina El Moussa have proved they are great business partners with more than one successful business. According to Tarek, the couple has worked together prior to their HGTV show, "Flip or Flop," and they continue to work together despite their marriage issues. New Jersey fans may be sad to learn that their marriage recently ended in divorce, but their business relationship may survive.

Housewife Shannon Beador processing divorce

Anytime a marriage ends as a result of betrayal, there is sure to be hurt, anger and pain for one or both parties. Unfortunately to end a marriage, both parties have decisions to make together regarding finances, property and the custody of any shared children. Because conversations can be unpleasant when making decisions related to a divorce, New Jersey family law attorneys can assist in all necessary proceedings. Shannon Beador is sadly going through the difficult process herself after her husband admitted to an affair.

Property division likely being discussed prior to divorce filing

Many people in New Jersey have likely become aware of the multiple scandals and accusations against Harvey Weinstein in recent months. Media sources have been closely following his wife's reaction and plans after she announced her intention to separate from the movie producer. Considering their wealth, property ownership and business, it is expected their property division may be difficult.

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