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Strategies to limit conflict with a co-parent after divorce

New Jersey divorces involving parents of minor children generally mean that the former spouses will have to continue their relationship on some level as co-parents. This could be challenging, especially if disagreements about child rearing contributed to the marital breakup. During the development of a written parenting plan, guidelines and procedures could be included that might improve communication about parenting duties and reduce the chances for arguments.

Dos and don'ts during divorce

When New Jersey couples divorce, both parties usually want to conclude the legal process as fast as possible. The reasons for wanting a quick divorce include the need to move on after the end of a marriage, to avoid high legal costs and to sever existing legal connections between the spouses.

About divorce mediation

New Jersey couples who are looking for an alternative to a litigious divorce may consider divorce mediation. The mediation process involves an unbiased third party who will work to smooth the way for both parties to come to mutually agreeable divorce terms.

When alimony is awarded, what should you do?

Alimony, often called spousal support, is a form of compensation that can financially balance the post-divorce lives of two people that end their marriage. This doesn't mean that it will be "equal" in a financial sense after a divorce -- but it can help the spouse that may have sacrificed his or her career or professional prospects for the good of the marriage.

Appellate Review of Revised Alimony Statute

In one of the first published decisions specifically analyzing and reviewing the revised Alimony Statute, the Appellate Division had the opportunity to review a trial court's order regarding the statute in conjunction with a parties' request to terminate or modify alimony upon retirement.

Co-Parenting At Christmas

For divorced parents, the holidays often create tension with their ex, as they deal with sharing holiday time, dealing with issues of gift giving, their ex in-laws, and, at times, new paramours.  I especially get complaints when one parents has not paid support--yet found the money to lavish their kids with the most expensive and desireable gifts of the year.

Can You Stop Your Child From Calling His Step-Parent Mom or Dad?

For divorced parents, one of the hardest things to deal with and accept is the arrival of your exes' significant other into the life of your child.  The potential problems and concerns are almost too numerous to account for, although I have recently come across various articles written by divorced parents thanking their exes' significant other for the positive role they have played in their child's life.

Divorced Parents--How to Ensure Reimbursements For Kid's Expenses

A major issue for divorced parents surrounds requests for reimbursement of medical expenses and extracurricular expenses which are to be shared between the parents.  Beyond the stress of the financial burden that a parent may be under when the reimbursements are not made and the stress of having to chase down the other parent for money, the accounting can be a nightmare.  Worse yet, because the total sums of money may not be terribly significant, it is often not worthwhile to consistently file enforcement motions to get an Order confirming the amount of reimbursements that are due.  Of course, it is never surprising to find that the other parent miraculously has reimbursable expenses of their own, for which they seek an offset but for which they have never previously requested repayment.

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