Today’s how-to is prompted by an interview I did with HLN that recently aired on custody rights of people who are convicted of crimes, and actually, specifically, crimes against the other parent. Although that’s not really the topic, we’re going to talk broadly on third party rights, but that’s usually what’s involved in those kinds […]
How to Defend A Motion for Temporary Support In this post I’m going to be talking about how to defend a motion for temporary support, also called pendente lite support. This is when somebody files, in the beginning of a divorce, to get support paid throughout the divorce, but that support is not related to alimony […]
In this article, I’m going to discuss what men need to do in order to get alimony in New Jersey. It’s apropos because, come 2019, the taxation laws in regard to alimony change significantly, so there’s a lot of talk about alimony. In 2014, which isn’t that long ago when it comes to law, the […]
If alimony is included as part of a divorce decree, modifying it later is difficult because both state law and the court set a high standard that must be met before a judge will entertain a motion. If a man is having a hard time making ends meet that alone is rarely justification to modify […]
“What’s taking so long?” is a question I often get asked by men and fathers going through a divorce. You may have thought about splitting up for months, maybe years, so once you made the decision to proceed it’s natural that you want the whole, painful process to be over and behind you as quickly as possible.