Recently, we’ve written about the problems divorced men and fathers in New Jersey face when dealing with a toxic ex-wife and coping with an ex who is a narcissist. There is another type of an ex with a problematic personality that makes being divorced difficult: One who thrives on major conflicts over everything with their […]
I receive a surprising number of calls like this one that came in last week. “Brad, my ex never was easy to live with,” the client began. “But since we got divorced, it’s gotten even worse! She’s spreading rumors about me and speaking poorly of me in front of our children. She even tried calling […]
During the nearly-quarter century I have been a divorce lawyer for men and fathers in New Jersey, I’ve had clients ask me questions or make statements based on faulty or incomplete information that they found online, or because of something a friend told them.
From time to time, I tell a new client that there are some things in their life they do not need to disclose in a divorce if their wife doesn’t know about them. An extra-marital affair is an example. But one thing I tell every client regardless of the reasons behind the breakdown of a marriage: Do not ever try hiding income or assets during the divorce process.
Here’s a rule that is simple and easy to follow if you are a man or father getting a divorce in New Jersey: Don’t put anything on social media, dash out in a text or say in an email that you do not want to see used against you during settlement negotiations or introduced as evidence if your case ends up in court.