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What Questions Do I Need to Ask My Lawyer?

Posted on : December 25, 2018, By:  Rita T. Jerejian, LLC

If you are contemplating filing for divorce, you probably have many questions that you’d like to have answered by an attorney. Your initial consultation with a lawyer is your opportunity to ask these questions and to receive an honest appraisal of your individual case and what you might expect. Even though doing research for how […]

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What Are the Residency Requirements for Military Divorce in New Jersey?

Posted on : December 3, 2018, By:  Rita T. Jerejian, LLC
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Military divorce can always be more complicated than other types of divorce because of the special and unique considerations that the service member, as well as the other party, must consider in ending the marriage. Since military divorces can be so complicated, it’s important to retain an experienced family lawyer as soon as possible. One […]

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What Is A Substantial Change in Circumstances for Modification of Child Support Orders?

Posted on : October 18, 2018, By:  Rita T. Jerejian, LLC
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Did you know that while final orders are intended to hold for a long period of time, that if you can show changes in circumstances, you can update child custody or child support orders? Relying on the same divorce attorney who helped you before might or might not be the right fit for you, but […]

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Do I Need to Tell My Boss About My Divorce?

Posted on : September 25, 2018, By:  Rita T. Jerejian, LLC

Deciding to get divorced is a very personal decision, even if you’ve weighed it out by discussing it with others over a long period of time. But just who needs to know about your divorce? And does your employer qualify as someone who should be told? It isn’t required that you tell your boss about […]

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You Could Be Headed for A Divorce If You Have A Friend Who Got One

Posted on : August 31, 2018, By:  Rita T. Jerejian, LLC

A new study discovered that having a friend who recently went through a divorce could mean that you are at higher risk of getting one yourself. Researchers from Harvard University, the University of California in San Diego, and Brown University identified that you are 75% more likely to get a divorce if a friend has […]

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