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- How Do Divorce and Annulment Affect the Immigration Process
Divorce or annulment of marriage can cause some complications with the status of a green card holder. If an immigrant has obtained a permanent residency via marriage to a U.S. citizen or a permanent resident, it could lead to revocation of the permanent residency and/or even removal from the country altogether.
- When Can Alimony Be Modified?
There are three types of alimony changes that can occur, depending on the situation: Change in the amount of alimony paid; An extension in the duration of time alimony will be paid; Termination of the alimony payments.
- Visitation Options When A Child Will Not Abide
One of the most difficult issues that can arise during a divorce is deciding on a child custody agreement and having your children abide by it. Divorce is a confusing time for children and full of changes they do not necessarily understand.
- Cyber Harassment Can Now Be Considered an Act of Domestic Violence
The New Jersey Legislature recently added Cyber Harassment to the list of crimes that can be considered an act of domestic violence under the Prevention of Domestic Violence Act.
- What Happens when New Jersey DYFS Comes to Your House
Getting a call from the Division of Youth and Family Services can be scary and confusing.
- How To Appeal a New Jersey DYFS Finding
Following and investigation by the DYFS (Division of Youth and Family Services), they will issue a ruling of substantiated, established, not established, or unfounded.
- New Jersey Child Born out of Wedlock and a Fatherís Rights
Children born out of wedlock are, without a doubt, taken care of by their mother unless the mother names their father or the father himself files a petition in the court for the same.
- How to Avoid Overpaying Alimony in New Jersey
Alimony in NJ is paid when the divorce proceedings start.
- Common Pre-Nuptial Agreement Terms in New Jersey
Marriage is synonymous with trust, commitment and a long term relationship.
- Constructive Spousal Desertion in Maryland
All relationships go through rough patches, but sometimes, it may be too much for a spouse and they decide they want to leave. Spousal desertion can have legal ramifications. The deserting spouse can be penalized by having to pay higher alimony, and it can also affect the division of property.