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Divorcing an Abusive or Violent Spouse

Many victims of domestic violence and abuse fear that, should they file for divorce, they may only antagonize their abuser, and risk the safety of themselves and potentially their children. The good news is that New Jersey domestic violence laws provide many protections for victims of abuse, and there are a great deal of different resources available to parties seeking to separate themselves from abusive relationships. Domestic Violence Ocean County Attorney Domestic Violence can not only be physical abuse, but emotional and financial as well. The 1990 Prevention of Domestic Violence Act states that the following actions are considered to be a form...

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Your Divorce Attorney Needs to Know

Every divorce is different, but one thing they all have in common is that individuals involved in a divorce want to keep their family's matters private. While that is certainly an understandable emotion, the fact of the matter is that there are certain things your Ocean County divorce attorney absolutely needs to know, no matter how private those details are, or embarrassing it may be to share them with another person. Things like affairs and abuse are extremely difficult to talk about, but it is important to remember that anything you tell your Toms River divorce attorney is protected under attorney-client...

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Can I Get a Divorce in NJ even if my Spouse Doesn’t Want One?

Many of our Ocean County clients are unsure of their rights in New Jersey when they want to divorce but their spouse doesn't. The simple answer is that anytime you have an "irreconcilable difference" with your spouse, you can file for a no-fault divorce in New Jersey. An irreconcilable difference can include the fact that you wish to divorce and your spouse does not. So while your spouse cannot stop you from filing for and obtaining a divorce in New Jersey, they can contest the terms of your divorce settlement which includes child custody, child support, division of assets, and alimony....

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