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Uncontested Divorce

Is There Alimony in an Uncontested Divorce in NJ?

When people have questions about divorce, two topics often end up at or near the top of their lists. Can a divorce avoid the courtroom and will a spouse have to pay alimony? It’s not that these are the most important aspects of a divorce. Surely where there are children involved, you will want to… Read more

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Uncontested Divorce

Can You File For an Uncontested Divorce with Children in NJ?

Getting a divorce can be a tough and life-changing decision. Many want to consider uncontested divorce to save time, money, and potential heartache. Though not all divorces can be resolved this way, many wonder what effects having kids between you will have on an uncontested divorce in New Jersey. Can you file for an uncontested… Read more

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Divorce

Free Divorce Consultation in New Jersey

Getting a divorce is hard, finding the right lawyer can be even harder. That’s where the divorce consultation comes in. You shouldn’t have to pay a lawyer before you know if they are the right lawyer for you, especially when it comes to your divorce. You can get a free divorce consultation in New Jersey… Read more

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Divorce

Is Alimony Mandatory in New Jersey?

There is no doubt about it, divorce is hard. Trying to figure out how to separate everything from a married couple back into two distinct lives can sometimes feel like trying to separate the creamer back out of your morning coffee. For many, alimony is one of the tools used to facilitate that separation. Is… Read more

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Divorce

Should You Move Out if You are Getting a Divorce in New Jersey?

Divorce is hard for a lot of reasons, and part of that is due to logistics. Like it or not, you are not necessarily working together anymore, this leaves some to wonder if they should move out or not, and some of that depends on where you live. Should you move out if you are… Read more

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Divorce

Difference Between an Annulment and Divorce in NJ

Seeking a permanent separation from your spouse? Maybe you are considering an annulment or divorce? What is the difference between an annulment and divorce in NJ? A divorce is a legal way to end a marriage, but an annulment is a legal way to make it as if the marriage never happened in the first… Read more

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Divorce

Is New Jersey a No-Fault Divorce State?

Are you Googling about divorce and asking is New Jersey a no-fault divorce state? Then we are here to help. Carvajal Law has been handling divorce cases in Northern New Jersey for years, and we are happy to inform you that New Jersey is a no-fault divorce state. Let’s get into what that means and… Read more

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Divorce

Mistakes To Avoid During Separation in New Jersey

You’re trying your best to live a separate life while you are awaiting your divorce, but are you free to do whatever you want? We get a lot of questions about what you can and can’t do during separation, and Carvajal Law is ready to help you out with our list of mistakes to avoid… Read more

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Divorce

What’s Considered a Marital Asset in New Jersey?

Are you getting a divorce, or thinking about getting a divorce? You are probably curious about how your assets will be divided amongst you once the divorce is final. There’s no way to know for sure until all the dust settles, but you should know what assets are up for debate. Assets that are redistributed… Read more