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New Jersey Family Lawyers

Legal disputes involving marriage or family are among the most difficult situations you can face. Our goal is to help clients through this challenging experience with compassion and understanding of their needs – advocating for favorable resolution through negotiation or mediation whenever possible, but always with total preparation to litigate aggressively in defense of our clients’ rights. We focus on your concerns and priorities so we can find the best resolution to your legal issues and protect your rights.

A Premier Choice For Quality Representation Throughout Northern New Jersey

Donahue, Hagan, Klein & Weisberg, LLC, is a premier New Jersey law firm for men and women who must resolve complex family law concerns. Our credentials and track record make our legal team the frequent choice of individuals who face difficult decisions and need strong representation. We are respected litigators, mediators and arbitrators and we welcome many referrals from our peers and clients who we have represented successfully in the past.

HOW CAN WE HELP

Divorce
Prenuptial Agreements
Child Custody
Alimony
Child Support
Equitable Distribution
Mediation
Settlement Agreement
Domestic Violence
Appellate Practice
Rights of Unmarried Couples
Dissolution of Civil Unions & Domestic Partnerships

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Signs Your Spouse May Be Divorce-Planning 

Signs Your Spouse May Be Divorce-Planning 

Frequently, people going through a divorce describe themselves as surprised or even shocked by their partner’s decision to end the marriage. Even those who suspected their spouse was considering a divorce are often stunned to learn their spouse has been planning the financial aspects of the divorce for months or even years before the Complaint for Divorce was filed. A spouse’s pre-planning of the financial aspects of their divorce is so common a phenomenon it has been given the phrase “divorce-planning.”

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Can I Waive My Right to Modify a Support Obligation?

Can I Waive My Right to Modify a Support Obligation?

In New Jersey, alimony and child support obligations are generally subject to modification based on “changed circumstances.” The right to seek modification, and the steps one must take when doing so, were established in 1980 by the New Jersey Supreme Court in the case of Lepis v. Lepis. Typically, modification of an alimony or child support obligation requires a post-divorce application to the Court if the parties are not able to agree on whether to modify the support obligation and/or by how much.

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Can I Discharge My Obligations to A Former Spouse in Bankruptcy?

Can I Discharge My Obligations to A Former Spouse in Bankruptcy?

As part of the divorce process, spouses must resolve various financial matters, including support and division of assets and debts. The resulting marital settlement agreement is enforceable in a court of law, even when one party declares bankruptcy after the divorce has been finalized, as illustrated by a recent New Jersey decision.

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