Category: Divorce


Silent but Potentially Deadly End to the Marriage

Over the past year, the term “Quiet Quitting” has gained significant popularity. This phenomenon is generally characterized as a dissatisfied employee engaging in the bare minimum level of work while actively seeking alternative employment.  It should come as no surprise to learn this concept has also translated into personal relationships, aptly characterized as “silent divorce.”   […]

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The “Gray” Areas Surrounding Divorce for Older Couples

Going through a divorce is emotionally stressful, but this is especially true for older adults. Meanwhile, divorce has become more commonplace for individuals in this age range.   To put it into perspective, divorce rates for couples over the age of 65 have more than doubled since 1990.  Thus, it is not surprising that a […]


Can You or Your Spouse Return to the House During the Divorce Process After Moving Out?

As divorce attorneys in New Jersey, we are often asked by clients whether a spouse can move back into the marital home while the divorce is pending after already having moved out.  There is no guarantee that the Court will restrain a spouse from returning to the marital home to reside after vacating the house […]

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Irreconcilable Differences Versus Adultery As A Grounds for Divorce – Is There A Difference?

Since 2007, New Jersey has allowed people to divorce each other based on allegations of “irreconcilable differences,” adding New Jersey to the list of States recognizing “No Fault” divorces.  See N.J.S.A. 2A:34-2.  When a spouse claims to have “irreconcilable differences” with the other spouse, there is no inquiry from the State of New Jersey as […]

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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?

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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