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What Financial Information Should You Already Have Prepared When Filing for a New Jersey Divorce?

Posted on : February 22, 2019, By:  Rita T. Jerejian, LLC
Hackensack Divorce Attorney, Rita Jerejian

Preparing For Your Divorce In New Jersey One of the best ways to begin preparing for your New Jersey divorce is to identify the goals related to your children and to begin recognizing your financial information. Your attorney will be able to more accurately tell you about what the process of divorce involves when you […]

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Will Sickness Impact Your Marriage?

Posted on : February 1, 2019, By:  Rita T. Jerejian, LLC

What The Experts Say Many different studies have attempted to explore the elements and factors that could increase your chances of getting a divorce.¬†¬†Many people stand up and state in their vows on their wedding day that they plan, that they intend, to support one another in sickness and health, but unfortunately, this does not […]

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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

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

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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