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  • How Cohabitation Impacts Alimony in New Jersey: Key Considerations

    May 21, 2024

    When Defining Cohabitation in New Jersey Alimony Cases In New Jersey, courts define cohabitation as a mutually supportive, intimate, and exclusive relationship between two unmarried individuals. They consider various factors such as shared living arrangements, financial interdependence, and the stability and length of the relationship. It is important to note that a sexual relationship is not a necessary condition for establishing cohabitation. How Cohabitation Affects Alimony Payments in NJ Cohabitation can significantly impact alimon...
  • How Do You File For Emergency Custody in New Jersey?

    Mar 26, 2024

    Navigating the complexities of family law can be overwhelming, especially when children's safety and well-being are at stake. For parents in New Jersey facing urgent issues related to the custody of their children, understanding how to file for emergency custody is crucial. This article will guide you through the process of filing for emergency custody in New Jersey, providing you with the essential information you need to protect your child's best interests during a crisis...
  • How Does New Jersey Law Treat Intellectual Property in High-Asset Divorces?

    Feb 21, 2024

    Navigating a high-asset This post aims to provide clear, actionable guidance for individuals in New Jersey facing high-asset divorces that involve intellectual property. Whether you're an inventor, a business owner, or a creative professional, understanding how your IP will be treated in the divorce process is key to protecting your interests and securing your financial future. Understanding Intellectual Property in the Context of Divorce What is Intellectual Property? Intellectual property encompasses creations of th...
  • When Circumstances Change: Your Guide to Modifying Family Court Orders in New Jersey

    Jan 10, 2024

    Life's unpredictable nature often necessitates changes in family court orders, such as child support, custody, or spousal support. At Davis Law Firm, LLC, we understand that the circumstances under which a family court order was initially established may evolve over time. In this comprehensive guide, we aim to illuminate the path for those in New Jersey grappling with the need to modify their family court orders. Our goal is to demystify the legal processes involved...
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