Posts tagged "Divorce"

The content of child custody agreements

When a couple with children divorces or separates, they must deal with the logistics involved in raising their kids. Keeping the best interest of the family first, parents must reach a compromise on how to take care of their children's needs, whether through legal proceedings or informal negotiations. New Jersey parents who find themselves in this situation and are able to negotiate all the issues related to their children themselves or through out-of-court mediation might end up with a custody agreement that covers all the areas related to custody.

Evidence from Facebook used in divorce cases

In recent years, information discovered on Facebook and other social networking sites has been used as evidence in divorce proceedings in New Jersey. Although many people are surprised that their online activities can be used against them in court, there are no laws banning the use of evidence gathered from social networking sites.

Requesting a name change during divorce

When many New Jersey residents decide to get married, one spouse may wish to change their last name to match the last name of their spouse. However, if the couple decides to get a divorce down the road, the spouse that changed their name may wish to have their maiden name restored.

Implementing an effective parenting plan after divorce

New Jersey divorced or separated parents may find some information regarding parenting useful. Whenever a divorce is filed, the result can directly affect a relationship with a child. Visitation times are crucial to the child's well-being but may be difficult to adjust to at first.

Understanding a judge's view on the best interests of the child

New Jersey residents may be interested in some information regarding the process courts use when making custody decisions in a divorce case. A judge will often try to decide in the best interests of the child, but understanding this term can be difficult.

Divorce rate may be declining

New data suggests that the divorce rate has been dropping in New Jersey and around America for a substantial period of time. If the current trends continue, then approximately two thirds of the people getting married right now will never be divorced.

What happens after a complaint for divorce is filed?

New Jersey residents who file for divorce may be interested in a speedy resolution to the matter so that they can move on with their lives. Several factors may affect the timing as a case is scheduled for court activity. If it is uncontested, the case could be heard as soon as three months from the filing date. However, delays may be expected if the court is extremely busy. As a date is selected for the hearing, the parties will be notified to appear.

What are the grounds for divorce in New Jersey?

New Jersey law provides several grounds for seeking an obtaining a divorce in the state. Couples who wish to do so may proceed under the ground of irreconcilable differences in which neither allege fault for the marital breakdown against the other. There are also fault grounds under which a person seeking a divorce may instead choose to proceed.

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