Co-Parenting During the Holidays

Co-Parenting During the Holidays

Annually, thousands of New Jersey families join a growing group: divorced or separated co-parents who have to collaborate about parenting through the holiday season. This situation is increasingly our new national normal, but that does not mean it isn’t hard. Whatever...
Business Owners and Divorce

Business Owners and Divorce

Business owners understand risk. Though there’s no guarantee that your business is going to succeed, divorce adds a whole new level of uncertainty for business owners. How Does My Business Impact Child Support? In order to make sure that child support is properly...
Parenting After a Breakup

Parenting After a Breakup

After a breakup, figuring out how to share time with your kids can be challenging. This is where a parenting plan comes in. It’s like a guidebook for moms and dads, helping everyone know what to do. This isn’t just a piece of paper—it’s a promise to always think of...
Mortgage and Divorce

Mortgage and Divorce

As interest rates continue to rise, with a typical five-year fixed mortgage deal now exceeding 6%, divorcing couples face a new negotiating point: keeping the low mortgage or buying a new one at a higher rate. Who Gets the Mortgage? In recent months, we’ve seen...