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I was served with a Complaint for Divorce: now what?

The range of emotions someone experiences when served with a Complaint for Divorce are varied. Some are shocked. many are angered. ¬†Confusion is common and I’ve even had some clients confess they were relieved. ¬†Regardless of your emotional response, a … Continue reading

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Cross Examination by defaulting party allowed at divorce hearing.

If you want a divorce in NJ it is not necessary for the other party to sign the divorce papers, agree with the decision to obtain a divorce or even participate in the proceedings.¬† There are situations when one party … Continue reading

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