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- Can the collaborative model be used if there is a business involved?
- How does someone choose the right collaborative lawyer for their unique situation?
- How does Collaborative Divorce work?
- How long does collaborative divorce typically take? Does it usually require multiple sessions?
- If a couple is in litigation, is it too late to proceed in a collaborative divorce?
- What are the pros and cons of collaborative divorce?
- What makes a couple ideal candidates for collaborative divorce?
- Are there any advantages to using a collaborative process rather than litigation?
- Is it possible to achieve resolution via collaborative divorce for a high-conflict couple?
- Why do the parties have to retain new lawyers?
Mediation & Arbitration
- How should a divorcing couple prepare for their first mediation session?
- If a divorce involves complex issues, can you still use a mediator?
- Is it possible to achieve resolution via mediation for a high-conflict couple?
- Are there any advantages to using mediation or arbitration rather than litigation?
- Will both spouses need to hire their own lawyers in addition to their mediator?
- Can a couple mediate some issues and litigate others – and is there any advantage to doing this?
- Does a mediator typically charge as much as a lawyer?
- Do mediators who are also lawyers provide legal advice?
- Is there a difference between court-ordered divorce mediation and private divorce mediation?
- How does someone choose the right mediator or arbitrator?
- How long does arbitration typically take? Does it usually require multiple sessions?
- How many mediation sessions does it typically take to resolve all the issues?
- How is alimony affected by taxes?
- How is alimony determined?
- If the recipient of support experiences a negative change, can they apply for increased support?
- What happens to alimony when the person who pays it dies?
- What income is used to calculate alimony?
- When does alimony end?
- Does New Jersey have a formula for determining the amount of alimony?
- Following divorce or separation, are people entitled to live according to their lifestyle?
- How can alimony be modified?
- Can the Court change an Order because of a change in circumstances for one or both spouses?
- If a credit card is in one person’s name, is only that person responsible for the debt?
- If an asset is only in one person’s name, is it subject to equitable distribution?
- What happens to pensions – how are these divided?
- What happens when one spouse wants to keep the marital home?
- What if one ex-spouse discovered the other lied about or hid assets during divorce?
- Are the rates of domestic violence rising compared with 10-15 years ago?
- Does Domestic Violence occur most frequently in certain socio-economic groups?
- How does someone obtain a Restraining Order?
- If a Final Restraining Order is entered, how long does it last?
- What causes domestic violence?
- What happens to the children if someone reports their spouse or partner’s child abuse?
- What protections does a Restraining Order provide?
- Can a recipient ask for the amount of spousal or child support to be increased to reflect a payo
- Can Permanent Orders for spousal support, child support, custody, parenting time, property, and
- If an ex-spouse who is paying spousal and/or child support experiences a substantial change in c
- If co-parents never discussed who was to pay for their children’s college during their divorce,
- If the recipient of child support withholds parenting time, can the payor withhold child support
- If the recipient of spousal or child support experiences a substantial negative change in circum
- Once the amount and duration of child support has been set, can either be changed for any reason
- What are the Child Support Guidelines? Are they meant to cover all expenses related to children?
- Is there a difference between joint legal custody and joint physical custody in New Jersey?
- What factors do the courts consider in granting custody?
- Under what conditions will a judge grant a request for parenting time with – or even custody of
- If the Court has issued a Temporary Order for spousal support, child support, custody, visitatio
- If one ex-spouse exercises parenting time with his/her kids, can the custodial parent move with
- If the court awarded primary custody to one parent, can the other parent apply to have the custo
- How can someone keep the cost of their divorce litigation process down?
- Is a collaborative divorce generally less expensive than litigation?
- In divorce litigation, is there always a trial, or is it possible to settle out of court?
- Is divorce mediation or arbitration generally less expensive than litigation?
- What are the benefits of divorce litigation?
- What is a deposition?
- What is Discovery, and when does it occur during the divorce process?
- What qualifications should someone look for when choosing a divorce lawyer?
- What are the main differences between divorce litigation and one of the alternative dispute reso
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