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The Things “Not to Do” for Effective Divorce Preparation in New Jersey

The Things “Not to Do” for Effective Divorce Preparation in New Jersey

Posted February 13, 2024 in Divorce & Family Law

Embarking on the journey of divorce is a challenging process, and being well-prepared is crucial for a smoother transition. In the state of New Jersey, understanding the do’s and don’ts when preparing for divorce is key to ensuring a fair and equitable resolution. This is Part II of a two-part series about how to prepare […]

Brian Budic and Ashley Zimmerman Discuss Divorce and Family Law Considerations

Brian Budic and Ashley Zimmerman Discuss Divorce and Family Law Considerations

Posted February 10, 2024 in Divorce & Family Law, News

Brian Budic and Ashley Zimmerman recently presented a CLE course entitled Divorce and Family Law Considerations. This course, through PACLE, discussed a variety of family law topics including how to handle divorce litigation from start to finish including court filings and appearances, discovery issues, and client management; family law issues for the unmarried client and […]

How do I modify my Court Order for custody or parenting time?

How do I modify my Court Order for custody or parenting time?

Posted January 24, 2024 in Divorce & Family Law, News

Brian Budic was recently asked by South Jersey Magazine, “How do I modify my Court Order for custody or parenting time?” Here is Brian’s response: New Jersey Courts consider Orders for custody and parenting time “impermanent” because the conditions that would serve a child’s best interests cannot conclusively be determined at a single point in […]

The Things to “Do” for Effective Divorce Preparation in New Jersey

The Things to “Do” for Effective Divorce Preparation in New Jersey

Posted January 12, 2024 in Divorce & Family Law

Embarking on the journey of divorce is a challenging process, and being well-prepared is crucial for a smoother transition. In the state of New Jersey, understanding the do’s and don’ts when preparing for divorce is key to ensuring a fair and equitable resolution. In this blog post, we explore the things that individuals should do […]

Is January really “Divorce Month”?

Is January really “Divorce Month”?

Posted January 3, 2024 in Divorce & Family Law

As we step into the fresh start that January brings, it’s not just resolutions for healthier living or career advancements that dominate conversations. Surprisingly, January has earned the dubious nickname of “Divorce Month” in some circles. Why is it that, for many, the first month of the year signals the end of a marriage? In […]

Impacts of Divorce on a Pennsylvania Estate Plan

Impacts of Divorce on a Pennsylvania Estate Plan

Posted October 26, 2023 in Divorce & Family Law, Estate Planning, Administration & Litigation

Are you considering divorce or are you already in the process of divorcing your spouse? In your calculus of considerations including property distribution, potential custody issues, and joint bank accounts, you should consider the effects of divorce on your Pennsylvania Estate Plan. Many people believe that by filing a divorce complaint, their spouse, and the […]

Special Considerations in High-Profile Divorces

Special Considerations in High-Profile Divorces

Posted October 3, 2023 in Divorce & Family Law

In most divorce cases, we deal with issues pertaining to the division of marital property, alimony, child custody, child support, and parenting time issues. These types of family issues also are common in high-profile divorces. However, there are special considerations in high-profile divorces. Before getting into those special considerations, let’s look at potential clients in […]

Family Law Practice & Procedure by Jennfier Vorhies & Brian Budic

Family Law Practice & Procedure by Jennfier Vorhies & Brian Budic

Posted August 29, 2023 in Divorce & Family Law, News

Jennifer Vorhies and Brian Budic, Co-Chairs of the firm’s Divorce and Family Law Practice Group, recently presented a CLE course entitled Family Law Practice & Procedure. Specifically, they discussed how to handle divorce litigation from start to finish including court filings and appearances, discovery issues, and client management. After covering divorce, Vorhies & Budic next […]

Can I Get Divorced for Irreconcilable Differences in New Jersey?

Can I Get Divorced for Irreconcilable Differences in New Jersey?

Posted June 2, 2023 in Divorce & Family Law

One of the most common questions we get asked is “what is required for my spouse and I to get divorced on the grounds of ‘irreconcilable differences’?” Research shows that up to 50% of American marriages end in divorce. With divorces becoming more and more common in New Jersey and across the country, it is […]

Proving Cohabitation to Terminate Alimony in New Jersey

Proving Cohabitation to Terminate Alimony in New Jersey

Posted May 1, 2023 in Divorce & Family Law

New Jersey Courts have long held that proof of a dependent spouse’s cohabitation with another person as a sufficient prima facie showing of “changed circumstances,” warranting a suspension or termination of alimony. Cohabitation in New Jersey is governed by statute, specifically N.J.S.A. 2A:34-23(n). The New Jersey statute specifically states: “[a]limony may be suspended or terminated […]

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